About the artist:
American painter and printmaker.
Mikulas Kravjansky studied at the Prague Academy of Muse Arts, focusing on art and scenography.
As an internationally recognized artist, Kravjansky was the Chairman of the art department of Czechoslovakia’s
State Television, where he created numerous designs for operas, ballets, and theatrical productions.
Having left his native country for North America in 1968, today he resides in Canada, where he writes and
publishes his own poetry via his own production company, and creates limited edition graphic works.
Admired for his mastery of intaglio printing, in which he combined traditional methods with his own dry point
technique, Kraviansky’s works explore his own personal relationship with nature and history.
He says about himself the following: "Artist who I am. It is the way I understand the world and the way in which I
am able to commune with it. Ultimately, everything in my paintings is edited or staged to elicit a response from
within you. My images are meant to create an effect of something that is important to me, in which implication
can be found. In the variety of visual images created from my explorations of nature, history or of the current
happenings, this suggestion is revealed. If you allow yourself to withdraw within yourself and listen quietly, my art,
I hope, can help you to hear the world , to discover your own meaning or just entertain you with dancing lines and
Artist's artworks are in many collections of museums: Canada, Warsaw, Sao Paulo, Paris, Prague, Vienna,