After a turbulent, stressful, and uncertain end of 2020, the PraguArtworks gallery has taken it upon themselves to curate a brand-new exhibition focusing on creating a feeling of calm, peace, and tranquillity.
Aware of the fact that we all spend more time at home than ever before Louise Beer and René Beauchamp from PraguArtworks have curated a selection of pieces perfect to bring these much-needed sentiments into your home.
A variety of pieces in a multitude of media with a large pallet of colours is present in order to induce a feeling of warmth and cosiness into any room of the house. A lot of attention has been brought to the feeling of movement in these pieces too as we all need the feeling of a little more freedom between the four walls of our home office.
Currently, the gallery is not open to visitors, but like many others in these strange times of social distancing. PraguArtworks has worked hard on creating a virtual catalog where you can see each piece in close details. Once open for guests Louise looks forward to meeting you over a cup of coffee or a glass of bubbles to talk about each piece and tell you as much as you’d like to know about their artists.
“To cultivate beauty in one’s life is to connect with something bigger than us. It aligns us with our true nature and that of our creator. It soothes the soul and makes you happy. I believe true beauty brings many rewards. Beauty allows us to experience the extraordinary richness of our surroundings, which enhances our lives. May you find beauty wherever you may choose to see it.” – Louise Beer
This article was written in collaboration with PragArtWorks. PragArtWorks is a gallery base on the main street of Vinohradska in Prague 2, they specialise in Czech Contemporary Artists, from a large range of genres such as glass, sculpture, photography, collage and mixed media. To see more of this artist’s work or to get in the possession of one of their pieces please visit PragArtWorks’s Website HERE