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• 2013 Broft / Van der Horst Galleries, Hague, Netherlands

• 2012 Tajemství světla, Východočeská galerie, Pardubice, Czech Republic

• 2011 Heller Gallery, New York City, NY

• 2009 Imago Gallery, Palm Desert, CA

• 2008 Habatat Gallery, Tysons Corner, VA

• 2007 Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, IL

• 2006 SOFA Chicago – with Heller Gallery, Chicago, IL

• 2005 Marx Saunders Gallery, Chicago, ILGalerie Pokorná, Prague, Czech Republic 2004 SOFA Chicago – Heller Gallery, Chicago, IL Habatat Gallery, Boca Raton, FL (s Michaelem Pavlíkem)

• 2003 Vladimira Klumpar – Works from 1986 to 1998”, Chappel Gallery, New York City, NY

• 2003 Imago Gallery, Palm Desert, CA (s Michaelem Pavlíkem)

• 2002 Galerie Pokorná, Prague, Czech Republic (s Michaelem Pavlíkem)

• 2001 Heller Gallery, New York City, NY (s Michaelem Pavlíkem)

• 2000 SOFA Chicago – with Habatat Galleries, Chicago, IL (s Michaelem Pavlíkem)

• 2000 Habatat Gallery, Boca Raton, FL (s Michaelem Pavlíkem)

• 1999 Gallery Bershad, Somerville, MA

• 1998 Bohemian Gallery, Astoria-Queens, NY

• 1997 Sculpture and Drawings”, Drury Gallery, Marlboro College, Marlboro, VT

• 1993 Winds, Channels and Drops”, Canal Gallery, Holyoke, MA

• 1991 Heller Gallery, New York City, NYHolsten Gallery, Palm Beach, FL

• 1990 Sanske Gallery, Zürich, Switzerland

• 1989 Habatat Gallery, Chicago, IL

• 1988 Holsten Gallery, Palm Beach, FL

• 1984 Heller Gallery, New York City, NY

Vladimíra Klumparová

Vladimíra Klumparová (* 1954) belongs to the generation of students of Stanislav Libenský at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, who continue the tradition of fused glass sculpture and constantly research and develop the creative possibilities of this technique. Her work is based on primordial natural shapes, in which we, as viewers, are only hinted at the original inspiration. Everything takes place in puzzles on the border of abstraction and geometric shapes, which often merge into a smooth surface. Vladimíra Klumparová lets us see through the massive glass mass of her buildings. It combines the contrast of dense and heavy materiality of glass with light color and accessibility of the processed plan. These are, for example, geometric flowers, which remotely refer to simplified cubist shapes, or other abstracted floral motifs that resemble the microscopic germination of plant species unknown to us. Vladimíra Klumparová works thoughtfully with the surface of her objects. Some are perfectly smooth and use the transmission of light through a different layer of glass, which thus changes the intensity and range of color, others are treated with regular geometric structures, which create an optical illusion at the vistas. The works of Vladimíra Klumparová remind us of a dreamy landscape full of natural primordial elements, a kind of atoms, which only remind us of the direction in which their form may one day develop.

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