One factor that differentiates Míla’s work from that of her contemporaries is that she appears able to imagine with great clarity and then produce in two or three dimensions what she has imagined, dreamed or composes from stories, myths or childhood memories.
Míla is intensely interested in how we as viewers interpret or see the images she has prepared for us.
1975 Born inPelhhrimov,Czechoslovakia
1989-1993 College of Applied Arts,Prague
1993-2000 Charles University inPrague, Master’s degree in Fine Art, English Language and Pedagogy.
1999-2001 Roya lCollege of Art, Postgraduate Degree in Fine Art-Printmaking
2001-2002 Research Fellow,University of Gloucestershire
2002 Elected an associate member of the Royal Society of Painters-Printmakers
2002-present Visiting Lecturer, Coventry University & Artist in Residence,Cheltenham Ladies’ College
Selected Public & Private Collections:
Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Ashmolean Museum of Art, Oxford
Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, Cheltenham
Royal College of Art, London
Embassy of the Czech Replublic, London
Collection of Her Majesty, the Queen Elizabeth II
Collection of the Sultan of Brunei
Collection of Václav Havel, the first President of the Czech Republic