Green Paintings

Green Landscapes

I haven’t shared any news through email for a while. Initially I wanted to make it a regular thing but there has always been something more important to do (like painting). So I had to admit to myself that there was no sense it promising any regularity. After all my art doesn’t work like a clock either.
Emails will arrive whenever I feel I have something to share.

Nevertheless I have managed to complete big chunk of work since the last message and that is what I’d like to share with you in the next few emails.

Due to unsually high amount of rain Spring and Summer were extraordinary green here in Czech.
So I decided to take an advantage of it and set myself a goal to get to understand it and to paint a good green painting.
Ideally with sun patches. Those are the hardest.

Painters are not keen of green paint. You can see that both in history as well as in contemporary art.
At the Academy in Prague some of the teachers even forbid students to use it. (needless to say that some of them even tried to prevent us from painting entirely). It’s quite obvious that I’ve ignored both.

Have I succeeded in making a perfect green landscape?
In case you are interested in purchasing of any of these paintings, just reply to this email.

I’m going to release one more newsletter before Christmas. It will contain paintings that I’ve created during this Autumn.

In the meanwhile you can follow me on instagram or browse my web which contains all my paintings with captions and availabilities.

I wish you wonderful Autumn days,
Tomáš Honz

Exhibition in Radebeul, Germany

You are cordially invited to the opening as well as to visit any time.

The opening is on October 16.


Roland Gräfe Stiftung – Stiftung für Kunst und Kultur
Lößnitzgrundstraße 13 I 01445 Radebeul
Fon: +49 172 3787368

Exhibition in Hluboká nad Vltavou

Number of my paintings including two large sized ones will hang at my new solo show in the Museum of Forestry in Hluboká nad Vltavou. I find that fitting as forest are one of my most prevailing subjects.

Until September 12 2022