Sbohem. Já jsem malíř smutnej, loučila se Toyen se svými přáteli uprostřed noci na pražské ulici"
Talks with Tolkien artists: s-u-w-iAll talks:
Today I talked with a Czech artists :icons-u-w-i: - s-u-w-i about her lovely fairy-tale-ish art. I hope you enjoy it as well!
1. Hello! For the beginning, could you tell us something about yourself?
well, I'm afraid I'm not very interesting. Most of the time I just sit at home next to the radiator, dressed in too many sweaters, sip cocoa and read or draw (but when I have more free time I greatly enjoy cooking/baking and sewing) I'm nineteen and currently study animation on university so I totally don't have as much time to draw my own things as I would like. I live in tiny, unknow village under Beskydy mountains with my mum,
Comfort zone imprisonmentComfort zone might be something we can be stuck in very hard. Comfort zone is often look upon as something bad and something we should get rid of. But maybe there is actually no reason for it. Maybe its nothing to be ashamed of.
I actually think I'm stuck in my so called comfort zone pretty bad. I repeat bucolic topics with exactly the same type of men and women. When I make portraits. I always come out with kinda similar outcome, using the same technique over and over. Recently it struck me. Not only that its actually true, but also that I'm OK with it. I could not find anything bad about it dang it.
It is said there are three types of artist. The ones who paint the same topic with the same technique. The ones who paint different topics with different approach and at last those who does the same but differently. I don't believe there are those who paint different stuff differently. Its also said its best to paint one topic with