Miroslav Adámek

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Miroslav Adámek (18 February 1957, Vsetín - 22 January 2002, Vsetín) was a Czech painter, graphic artist and illustrator.

From 1976-1980 he studied in Uherské Hradiště SUPS in graphic design, then studied at the Academy with professor Soucek and Kolar (1980-1986).

He was noted in particular for his paintings and drawings used ideas in architecture such as sand-blasted glass and ceramics. During his career he showcased his work in over fifteen exhibitions in the Czech Republic and overseas.[1]

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