INTERVIEW: DENISA KLEMSCHEOVÁ | ITSLIQUID

INTERVIEW: DENISA KLEMSCHEOVÁ

Interviews | November 20, 2021 |

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Image courtesy of Denisa Klemscheová

Interview: Denisa Klemscheová
Luca Curci
talks with Denisa Klemscheová during CONTEMPORARY VENICE 2021 – 9th Edition, at Misericordia Archives.

PhDr. et. Mgr. Denisa KLEMSCHEOVA is a modern impressionist who combines colours in an original way and her painting has a distinctive structure. Due to her specific way of creation, she is popular and exhibits in several world capitals. London – the United Kingdom, The Brick Lane Gallery (February 2020, August 2019), New York – USA, ARTHOUSE NYC (June 2020 – October 2021), Vienna – Austria, Hubertendorf Castle, PAKS Gallery (January 2020-2021), MAMAG Modern Art Museum (2020-2021), Munich – Germany, PAKS Gallery (January 2020-2021), Prague – Czech Republic – Weinberg (March 2020), Paris – France, Modern Art Masters in Complex du Louvre (October 2021). Denisa Klemscheova´s distinctive personal style reflects her deep spirituality, passion and vibrant spirit. As a child, she received an award for her innate talent in international competitions. She is a self-taught painter, inspired by Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet. Her paintings tell stories about life and her spiritual world. She is completing a doctorate in theological anthropology. At the University of Ceske Budejovice, she is preparing to publish her monograph, which will be enriched with her own works of art.

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Image courtesy of Denisa Klemscheová

Luca Curci – What are you currently working on?
Denisa Klemscheová –
I try to express hope, and faith in a loving God that shows a different path, soothes pain and is a ray of light on the path of light. I use oil paints, actually, I use colours like different shades of purple, pink and white. The main topic I am working on these days is themes like leaving and life change.

LC – What’s your background? What is the experience that has influenced your work the most? 
DK –
I define myself as a self-taught painter, I was particularly influenced by the paintings of Claude Monet and van Gogh. I was very interested in Claude Monet “Woman with an Umbrella” as a child and in adolescence by the work of Vincent van Gogh and his letters. I was also touched by a book about his life by Irving Stone, “Thirst for Life”.

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Image courtesy of Denisa Klemscheová

LC – Do visitors’ suggestions enrich yourself and your art?
DK –
I am happy when some people tell me that they perceive energy from my paintings that someone feels through my painting’s motivation that fascinates them. When they see a light that guides them through the pain on a positive path, carries them out of unhappiness and sadness without downplaying them. It is a satisfaction for me that my work makes sense.

LC – How is being an artist nowadays?
DK –
Conditions for painters are difficult at this time, but God can sometimes pleasantly surprise us because he wants to see our smile. So it is more of an adventure.

LC – What do you think about the concept of this festival?
DK –
I like the atmosphere and charismatic location of the exhibition connecting to history and God.

LC – In which way did it inspire you?
DK –
The concept is very interesting and I would like to cooperate in the future for sure.

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Image courtesy of Denisa Klemscheová

LC – What is the message linked to the artwork you have shown in this
exhibition?
DK –
I show the pain and loneliness brought by the time of Coronavirus and in which there is hope that through pain one can walk to God and closer to the light. One knows who the facts really are.

LC – How is it connected to the theme of the entire festival?
DK –
I am a person of my time, a man who lives his life and my art is contemporary, because it expresses my feelings, my view of life and my own experiences, which are true and therefore close to other people in their purity.

LC – What is the most challenging part about creating your artworks? 
DK –
The biggest challenge for me is the ability to transfer the purity of the experience, the power of the motive and its regularity to the canvas. In the form of colours and shapes, so that other people can perceive this intensity and the ability to complete the image to the end

LC – Did you enjoy cooperating with us?
DK –
Of course I did. It is one of my favourite galleries I like to cooperate with. We have very similar feelings and senses.

LC – Do you think ITSLIQUID GROUP can represent an opportunity for
artists?
DK –
Yes for sue I think it is a very nice activity and a big opportunity for all artists.

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Image courtesy of Denisa Klemscheová

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