Lucia Sachlova Exhibition at Slovensky Dom, Prague

Lucia Sachlova Exhibition at Slovensky Dom, Prague

September 09, 2021

Lucia Šachlová is a designer, photographer, illustrator and creative artist. She was born in 1981 in Martin, Slovakia. She studied Art and Art History at the University of Constantine the Philosopher.

Modern and stylish, creative illustrations, focused on fashion clothing design, art accessories for interiors, pictures and paintings. The aim of each custom creation is to create a beautiful product with a high utility value, which are simultaneously artistic, original and impressive, with the colour palette positively affecting the human psyche and emotions. She found the opportunity to express her ideas and create her own fairy tale world in which the reality elements enhance fantasy that leads the viewer into another time.

 

 

Exhibition Dates: 22th September to 22nd October 2021

Opening Night-  6pm 22nd September 2021

Venue: Slovak House in Prague, Soukenická 3, 110 00 Prague 1

Website: www.slovenskydomvprahe.cz/vystavy-a-vernisaze




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