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In the village of Louka, Czech Republic lives a woman in her 90's that has turned her hometown into a canvas with delightful designs that remind us how important it is to find a passion in life to share with others.
Anežka Kašpárková spends every spring and summer painting window and door frames with blue flower designs. She does not plan her designs, but rather just lets her creativity flow. The results, inspired by traditional southern Czech artwork, are beautiful.
She insists that she is not an artist, but rather just enjoys the process of painting and wants to help beautify her hometown. We disagree. She is an unlikely street artist, but an artist nonetheless and her product reflects her own beauty and creativity.
Props to Anežka Kašpárková and to never stopping to listen to your inner creative - it can change your life and life of your community.