Which lectors can you meet at our atelier? The lectors of the atelier Naučte se malovat are academic painters or art educators who have an empathetic and active approach to teaching students. They will always listen to you, be interested in your goals and wishes in the drawing and painting field and will be your guides and companions through the world of colors. They always prepare their lessons and courses with an emphasis on individual approach and are open to your suggestions and wishes.

Are you wondering which of the lectors would be most suitable for you? Email us at info@nauctesemalovat.cz or call +420 777 255 101, we will be happy to advise you.

Naučte se malovat - Aldin Popaja

MgA. Aldin Popaja

Aldin is originally from Bosnia and Herzegovina. He started to study painting at the Academy in Sarajevo and finished his studies at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague in the atelier of painting of Professor Pavel Nešleha. There he worked as a teacher. He has also taught at art colleges in Spain, France, Scotland and Slovenia. In his own work he currently focuses mainly on the theme of symbols from the Bosnian necropolises. At our studio he teaches mainly drawing and painting for adults and seniors.

Samples of work by Aldin Popaja​

Naučte se malovat - Filip Švehla

MgA. Filip Švehla

Filip graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in the atelier of painting under the guidance of doc. Michael Rittstein and prof. Jiří Sopek and he also gained his painting experience during his studies in the Netherlands. In his own work he currently focuses mostly on abstract painting, in which the work with color and the whole creative process is important to him. At our atelier he teaches drawing and painting for children and adults and seniors.

Samples of work by Filip Švehla​

Naučte se malovat Tomáš Kurečka

MgA. Tomáš Kurečka

Tomáš is studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague in an intermedial atelier for the last year. Since his childhood, he liked to create and was always interested in an environment in which people with similar desires meet. He works mostly with more media, which meet during the resulting installations. He participates in the production of the Gallery in Karlín and also helps as an assistant to the Czech painter Milan Kunec. He sees an important sense in activities that develop imagination, because he believes that it gives us the greatest sense of freedom. Tomas leads drawing and painting courses for children as well as for adults and seniors.

Samples of work by Tomáš Kurečka​

Naučte se malovat Matěj Lipavský

Matěj Lipavský

Matěj Lipavský graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, in the studio of J. Sopko and Igor Korpaczewski, and in the studio of J. Zeithamml. He focuses mainly on outdoor painting and illustration. He is the author of the art part of the comic novel "The Error" and he has published the poetic debut Nika. Matěj teaches drawing and painting for adults and seniors and other outdoor courses.

Samples of work by Matěj Lipavský​

Martin Mulač - Grafický kurz

MgA. Martin Mulač

Martin is a painter and graphic artist. He is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, in the studio of Graphics under the leadership of prof. Jiří Lindovský. Martin deliberately elaborates on themes beyond normal tastes, which deal with punk playfulness and irony and at the same time with great respect for artistic, literary or musical legends. He teaches drawing, painting and printmaking mainly in the Atelier Sýpka, which he founded together with Bára Bieylonovič.

Samples of work by Martin Mulač​

Naučte se malovat - Barbora Bieylonovič

Barbora Bieylonovič

Bára is a very empathetic creative soul. She focuses on painting, graphics and illustration. She graduated in the field of promotional designer and completed courses led by MgA. Martin Mulač. Bára leads art courses for children and youth and focuses on teaching individual lessons. She is also a lector of drawing, painting and printmaking at Atelier Sýpka. Bára and Martin say about themselves: "We live fully in art and we like to share this joy with others."

Samples of work by Barbora Bieylonovič​