Jaroslav Šafr’s ceramic objects and drawings are characterised by softly pronounced architectural elements. They frequently contain figurative elements which evoke various structures of a decaying wall. His artworks are mainly made of burnt clay mixed with fireclay, which brings out the natural character of the material as such. His main source of inspiration became the northern parts of Bohemia where one can find beautiful nature as well as many dilapidated churches and old German factories which harmonically fit in their surroundings.
Nove (Italy) 2013
Exhibition in Gallery "Malovaný dům" Třebíč, 16.4. - 7.6.2015