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    In Louka, Nová Ves, Czechia

    Anežka (Agnes) Kašpárková, a 90-year-old Czech Grandma is turning her village into art gallery by hand-painting flowers.


    From ct24:

    The chapel in Louka in the Hodonín region is decorated with unique blue and white ornaments by the new artist Marie Jagošová. She is the successor of her aunt Anežka Kašpárková, who died this year. She took care of the chapel continuously for exactly fifty years.

    The blue and white ornaments give the chapel in Louka a mark of uniqueness. They were painted by the folk artist Anežka Kašpárková for fifty years. Her niece Marie Jagošová now continues her work. She has already drawn dozens of hearts on the facade of the chapel and other ornaments typical of Slovácko. “I thought, Virgin Mary, if you help me, it will turn out well. Then I’ll do it, “commented Marie Jagošová on her decision.


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