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Bachelor Thesis
Štěpánková, Lenka ; Nikitinová, Alice (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
A series of pictures with my loved ones.
Surroundings / Fragments of Life / Vernacity
Pelikánová, Šárka ; Nikitinová, Alice (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
The collection of paintings entitled SURROUNDINGS is based on my long-term interest in observing the everyday world. In the diploma work, I return to my family, to my home village. I look at my surroundings with gratitude and nostalgia. With gratitude for such a carefree, loving childhood, for the diligence that our parents taught us from an early age. I look nostalgically at what remains the same around the village so far, and regret at everything that changes. During the creative process, I explore maps, recording the shapes of ponds, houses and roads. However, I narrow the resulting set of paintings to the local forests, their transformations and work in them. Paintings with repeating patterns look at first glance with an emptied aesthetic impression, like a purely thematic prank. In fact, I bring personal experience into this decorative repetition, repetitive family stories that have happened, are happening and that I want to capture with this stylized form.
Mundanity at the End of the City
Dvořák, Jakub ; Nikitinová, Alice (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis is part of a long-term built and developed cycle of paintings, in which I deal with the environment of the small-town periphery, or the small-town landscape in general. In the paintings I try to create an atmosphere on the aspects of mundaneness, everyday life and civility. I do not avoid a certain descriptiveness to express my message to the audience. In painting, I looked mainly at composition and color. My main goal is show to the viewers the image of a contemporary Czech small town.
Tablecloths
Rabochová, Agáta ; Nikitinová, Alice (referee) ; Kvíčala, Petr (advisor)
I present a series of paintings of small and large formats. The basis of these paintings is a fascination with everyday banality. I was interested in objects that we use every day. Objects, which for us have become common. I chose a tablecloth for my thesis. I work with its decor- it emphasizes the main theme of the painting. The primary impulse for this work was the need to respond to the unceasing desire of people to surround ourselves with little things that make life more pleasant to us. Czech painters who inspire my work are Kvíčala, Anthony Střížka and Vít Soukup. Romantic painters were the first artists ever who dealt with topics of everydayness. In Romanticism, people began to notice ordinary and mundane things like landscape. Furthermore, the Impressionists studied triviality. Certainly breakthrough was Marcel Duchamp, who began to draw attention to common objects in a new way. From contemporary artists dealing with dullness and banality I can not neglect the work of Jiří Kovanda and his performances.
Mundanity at the End of the City
Dvořák, Jakub ; Nikitinová, Alice (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis is part of a long-term built and developed cycle of paintings, in which I deal with the environment of the small-town periphery, or the small-town landscape in general. In the paintings I try to create an atmosphere on the aspects of mundaneness, everyday life and civility. I do not avoid a certain descriptiveness to express my message to the audience. In painting, I looked mainly at composition and color. My main goal is show to the viewers the image of a contemporary Czech small town.
Surroundings / Fragments of Life / Vernacity
Pelikánová, Šárka ; Nikitinová, Alice (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
The collection of paintings entitled SURROUNDINGS is based on my long-term interest in observing the everyday world. In the diploma work, I return to my family, to my home village. I look at my surroundings with gratitude and nostalgia. With gratitude for such a carefree, loving childhood, for the diligence that our parents taught us from an early age. I look nostalgically at what remains the same around the village so far, and regret at everything that changes. During the creative process, I explore maps, recording the shapes of ponds, houses and roads. However, I narrow the resulting set of paintings to the local forests, their transformations and work in them. Paintings with repeating patterns look at first glance with an emptied aesthetic impression, like a purely thematic prank. In fact, I bring personal experience into this decorative repetition, repetitive family stories that have happened, are happening and that I want to capture with this stylized form.
Bachelor Thesis
Štěpánková, Lenka ; Nikitinová, Alice (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
A series of pictures with my loved ones.
Tablecloths
Rabochová, Agáta ; Nikitinová, Alice (referee) ; Kvíčala, Petr (advisor)
I present a series of paintings of small and large formats. The basis of these paintings is a fascination with everyday banality. I was interested in objects that we use every day. Objects, which for us have become common. I chose a tablecloth for my thesis. I work with its decor- it emphasizes the main theme of the painting. The primary impulse for this work was the need to respond to the unceasing desire of people to surround ourselves with little things that make life more pleasant to us. Czech painters who inspire my work are Kvíčala, Anthony Střížka and Vít Soukup. Romantic painters were the first artists ever who dealt with topics of everydayness. In Romanticism, people began to notice ordinary and mundane things like landscape. Furthermore, the Impressionists studied triviality. Certainly breakthrough was Marcel Duchamp, who began to draw attention to common objects in a new way. From contemporary artists dealing with dullness and banality I can not neglect the work of Jiří Kovanda and his performances.

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