Art PosterThree local artists from Lochgelly are exhibiting in the Czech Republic from the 12th May 2011 until the 12th of June 2011 at the KULTURNÍ DUM GALERIE
in Frýdlant nad Ostravicí.

This exhibition was set-up by ŠTEPÁN MLECZKO, who has exhibited his work at the Lochgelly Centre and Rothes Halls through the local non profit art group FATE (Fife Artists Together Enterprises).

Stepan decided to organise an exhibition in his own country and invited the FATE group to participate. The exhibition is not a FATE project, however, FATE were responsible for gathering artists within the local area (and the UK) that would like to exhibit in the Czech Republic.

The following artists will be showcasing their artwork at the Kulturni Dum Galerie;

  • Teresa Maria Kemp (Art, Lochgelly)
  • Duncan McMahon (Photography, Lochgelly)
  • James Glen (Digital Art, Lochgelly)
  • John William Brown (Art, England)
  • Alexandra Plucinska (Art, Kirkcaldy)
  • Ondrej Belica (Art, Morava)
  • Jiri Klasterka (Art, Morava)
  • Stepan Mleczko (Art, Morava)

All the artists had to submit information about their local area, so Lochgelly will be well represented in the Czech Republic. We have also been notified that there is a possibility that there will be TV coverage of the exhibition which will highlight the work of the artists and highlight the local areas they are from. We will try and obtain permission to publish the footage on this site.

Congratulations to all the artists taking part and we wish you every success with the exhibition.

External Links

  • Forth Rail Bridge by Jiri Klasterka

    Local Art Group Goes International

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One Comment

  1. Tommy Jones

    May 30, 2011 at 12:32 pm

    Enjoying the ‘FATE’ story, been to a few of your exhibitions. Well done on securing the exhibition in the Czech republic! Great stuff :-))) Came across your video on YouTube 🙂 Congrats, Tommy.
    http://youtu.be/08xLxg5pT7w

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