Bohemian Hall has art in Czech next month

September 22, 2013 by  

An Iva Huttnerova painting exhibition will take place in New York in October, just a few miles from Bohemia.

Huttnerova was a Czech artist who was also a writer and actress. Her paintings reflect the good times and memories of grandmothers focusing on meticulous embellishments and details of the 20th century in Prague, as well as the grand social lives of residents.

A well-known TV host and author of many books, Huttnerova has been an avid collector of antiques. Her paintings portray cabarets, clowns, circuses, and famous period personalities. Streets of Prague in vintage times with pubs, shops, people, and angels can be spotted in most of her paintings.

Exhibited throughout Europe, the artwork can be found in galleries and several private collections. Huttnerova has commented regarding the nostalgic approach found in her paintings that times were slower, simpler, and higher fashion. Men, she says, were gallant, while ladies were elegant.

Art galleries typically contract with brochure printers to have material available regarding their exhibitions, displays, and special events. Brochures can be designed as a simple bi-fold format or a tri-fold if more information is to be divided and used. High-resolution images should be used in a brochure, as well as well-planned content to project the most effective and professional image.

Huttnerova is from Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, and was known to draw and paint from a very young age. She had a fondness for reciting poetry, thus taking her into the Theater Academy at DAMU in Prague to study acting.

The event will take place at the Bohemian National Hall over two weeks from October 1-14.