Czech grandma transforms small village into her own art gallery
Agnes used to be an agricultural worker, but she has retired a little over 30 years ago and she has been painting houses by hand since then. She said that she has learned this skill from a late friend named Manakova, who used to do the same for free. Manakova taught her. Agnes humbly said that she is merely continuing what Manakova has started.
Mostly inspired by floral designs and having ultramarine shades, the hand painted works of Agnes are truly intricate, refined, and breathtaking. The houses in the village of Louka are commonly Moravian, and a Moravian house’s spare, white walls go perfectly well with Agnes’ detailed work.
via mypositiveoutlooks Czech grandma transforms small village into her own art gallery