Barbora Lexová is the fourth generation of women dedicated to art. She tries to approach each task comprehensively. Enjoying being in the creation process, she left the industrial design and switched to the jewelry field she had been drawn to since childhood. She prefers 3D modeling in real space rather than sketching. She is experimenting with the scale and materials, and experience with the material is essential to her work.
Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp– Jewellery design & gold-silversmithing
Oslo National Academy of Arts
UMPRUM– Academy of Arts, Architecture, and Design in Prague, K.O.V.
(Concept–Object–Meaning) studio led by associate professor Eva Eisler, bachelor's degree
Faculty of Architecture, Czech Technical University in Prague–Industrial design, one year
"What a Wonderful World" – Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp
Marzee Gallery, Nijmegen – “On the Road Eva Eisler&Alumni“
Designblok – “On the Road Eva Eisler&Alumni“
Muzeum Portheimka – Meda 100
Galerie UM– Design Treat Café
Czech International Award for Student Design 2019- nominee, category– clothing, footwear, jewellery
Jewellery for Museum Portheimka (Museum of glass), MEDA 100–4th place, Pearl necklace
Olověný Dušan 2017 (Faculty of Architecture, Czech Technical University in Prague) – Design category, dustpan and broom FORM 165
Teendesign 2015– 3rd place in category Drawing, painting, graphic–an international competition for students