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Postby eso » 20-Nov-06 18:50

rkasparek wrote:Eso:

Perhaps the "Treasure" that Kasparek (the clown) brings is that of laughter! :wink:

Rick


Maybe! :)

Or maybe it's about treasures which wise men carried to Jesus from Persia.
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Postby rkasparek » 20-Nov-06 18:55

eso wrote:Or maybe it's about treasures which wise men carried to Jesus from Persia.


Very true. Makes a person think doesn't it?!

Thanks Eso - you've been a big help and a real pleasure to 'chat' with!

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Postby eso » 20-Nov-06 18:56

And look on their caps! Exactly like Kasparek's :)

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Postby rkasparek » 20-Nov-06 19:05

eso wrote:And look on their caps! Exactly like Kasparek's :)


And it looks like Kaspar is in front... holding a treasure (and wearing red)!
Melchior is next holding an incense burner (Frankencense?)
and Balthazar is next holding a jar of ...perhaps Myrhh?

How neat! THANKS!
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Postby rkasparek » 20-Nov-06 22:21

...also... oddly, I have a white beard!

http://www.kasparek.com
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Postby eso » 20-Nov-06 22:25

rkasparek wrote:...also... oddly, I have a white beard!

http://www.kasparek.com


Wow! Amazing drawings!
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Postby rkasparek » 20-Nov-06 22:39

eso wrote:Wow! Amazing drawings!


Thank you! I enjoy doing artwork when I get a chance and have completed some for the National Czech and Slovak Museum here in the states. I hope to do more!

I am very interested in my Czech heritage and am also looking for examples of kroj from Zlin. Perhaps I will have something made for myself for various Czech heritage gatherings!

R
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Postby gypzy » 22-Nov-06 8:52

eso wrote:Wow! Amazing drawings!


I agree with Eso. Great talent!
I think too much
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Postby rkasparek » 22-Nov-06 15:48

:oops: Thank you all! I appreciate your kind words!
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Postby zengac » 03-Dec-09 19:03

Rick, I note that your post is from some time ago but I'm hoping you are still around. My great grandmother's name was Franciska Kasparek so I would be very interested to know what you have learned about this family name. I just sent you a PM as well. Thanks!

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