Oldřich Tichý: I Live Alone in the Woods Here

The most recent output, supplemented by select works from the last few years, of Oldřich Tichý (*1959), winner of The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Award, New York.

The subject of correlations between the internal and external realities of the natural and human worlds is the key theme of Tichý’s paintings inspired by our everyday environment. A highly individual way of seeing and interpreting it enables him to find in seemingly ordinary, mundane details of nature a potent source of inspiration. His art guides us to an understanding of certain hidden meanings of the world of nature, as well as of the purpose of human existence as its part.