92-year-old grandmother turned a small village into her art gallery

92-year-old grandmother turned a small village into her art gallery

A 92-year-old grandmother spends her days with a small paintbrush painting a small village which she has turned into her art gallery, the village of barely a thousand inhabitants has had a big change thanks to her.

92-year-old grandmother turned a small village into her art gallery

Louka is the name of a village in the Czech Republic that is practically a village of barely a thousand inhabitants and that is in the process of changing its image thanks to an elderly woman over 90 years old, full of energy and with a single purpose: to fill all the houses in her village with joy.

She is Anezka Kasparkova, a grandmother who lives in Louka, in the Czech Republic. The woman spends her days with a small paintbrush decorating the windows and walls of the houses in her village with original and decorative designs.

 

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It may seem that her paintings have behind them an arduous design work, however the artist does not design in advance what she is going to paint, but she lets her imagination and creativity fly and obtains beautiful decorations.

For her, age is just a number and staying with her arms crossed is not an option. Despite the fact that her work has gone viral, the woman assures that none of that matters to her, but that everything she does is purely and exclusively for pleasure, according to Bored Panda.

The 92-year-old has told some media “I am an artist, she told Czech media. I simply enjoy painting walls and I want to help.”

 

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