Libuse Mikova - Mika.
Tel.020 77661100 Ivor Catt bought the tapestry “David and Goliath” made from 2006 to 2010
Rudolph Steiner House, 35 Park Road, London NW1 6XT tel. 020 7723 4400 (near Baker St.). Mika Exhibition. 1 February to 26 Feb. 2010. Opening hours are: Monday to Friday: 12 noon to 4pm and 5pm to 8pm; Saturday : 9am to 5pm. Sometimes Sunday. Mika will exhibit 46 ink drawings black and coloured of the spiritual world of Anthroposophy called "Mystery of Us" . Five pictures .
Early in Libuse Mikova-Mika career her professor Antonin Kybal at The university of applied arts, dedicated her to the magnificent mediaeval, but now unfashionable art, of gobelin- tapestries.
The drawings of “Mystery of Us” were created in 1976-77 in Prague in the certain epoch of Central Europe under the Russian Empire. The spiritual background of the drawings is the Christianity of Rudolf Steiner and the great painters of symbolism William Blake, Odilon Redon and Frantisek Bilek.
St. Albans Art Society. Summer Exhibition 2010. Summer Exhibition 2009. Lower Hall, Cagnall Street Baptist Church, St. Albans. Friday 24th July to Saturday 1st August 9.30 - 4.30 except Sunday 1pm - 4.30. Mika tapestry; "Trees" which comprise; “Chronogram”, £15,000. Mika watercolours; "The mountain of San Victoire" £800; “Three Trees in Mirabel”, £1000; “Trees in Tuscany”, £1,000.
Radlett Art Society Summer Exhibition 2010. 13 - 20 June 2009, Mika paintings and tapestry were exhibited at The Radlett Centre. 163 "The Trio of Musicians by the Beach", oil, £1,000; 164 "Two Girls by the Beach", oil, £300; and 241 gobelin tapestry "Queen", £20,000.
The list of paintings at the Gift Shop in St. Albans Cathedral was available until 30th April 2009
St. Albans Roman Verulamium Museum bought Mika prints in 2009
For a year you could come for a drink at the King Harry Pub where some of my pictures were on display, including the pub , but the new pub manager removed them all in May 2008..
St. Albans Cathedral, Mika Exhibition of Pictures, 2005
Nov-Dec 1989 Prague. Exposition, drawings from New York in Dum u Kamenneho Zvonu, The house by Stone Bell. The exposition was organized by students of art from The Academy of Art in Prague and elsewhere and the Committee of students involved in the the Velvet revolution in Prague and Czechoslovakia.