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Zámečníková, Dana, 1945-



  • Existence: 1945 (date of birth)


Dana Zámečníková́ was born in Prague in 1945. She studied architecture at the Czech Technical University before studying stage design under Josef Svoboda at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague. She began painting on glass in 1973; by 1980, she was working exclusively in the medium of glass. Her works are held by a number of museums, including The Corning Museum of Glass, the Victoria and Albert, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs.

Dana Zámečníková́ is married to fellow glass artist Marian Karel.

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Henry R. Frankel Collection on Marian Karel and Dana Zámečníková

Identifier: MS-0232
Scope and Contents In anticipation of writing an article about Czech glass artists Marian Karel and Dana Zámečníková́, Henry R. Frankel recorded interviews with Karel and Zámečníková́ in 1996. These interviews, as well as related photographic prints, slides, and gallery ephemera make up this small collection. The interviews with Karel were conducted in English and Czech with a live translator. The interviews with Zámečníková́ are in English. In the recorded conversations, the artists discuss their...
Dates: Circa 1978-1996