The table tops one of the molds of the Vltava falconry, many of which literally hollow under a hot stove. But the most attention will be the green transparent glass of the moldavite.

How much is this staple? I would like to buy one for my daughter’s birthday, ask the young salesman. Such on Saturday for the all-day program dedicated to the Vltava drank to two hundred.

But the Precious Stones Exchange was just one of the hundreds of the so-called green world enthusiasts. The event was dominated by the unveiling of the first sculpture dedicated to the Vltava. Robert Jelnek, a 52-year-old artist who emigrated from Czechoslovakia to Austria in the 1980s, took on a very unobtrusive appearance in the form of bloated rubber boots.

Although they have not lived in the Czech Republic for many years, the moldavites have completely engulfed me recently. Milan Prchal, one of the most famous people looking for, is there in Trhovch Sviny. He lit me up and the first, looking at the plowed fields, I got an idea of ​​what the statue might look like, l Jelnek.

According to him, the shops covered with yellow symbolize the end, during which hundreds of South Bohemians go out to the field every weekend to pour their coveted piece.

I once came home from an improper house and inspected my rubber bands to see if there was any mold on them. That was the main impulse, because I had a thorn piece of pieces inserted into the statue, he continues.

The work on the Green Wave book, which summarizes Prchalv’s search for life, which darkens the statues of the previous ones, is more closely connected with the work. Jelnek, together with another Vltava enthusiast Admir Mei, did not want to sell the book as an author, but to exchange it for a moldavite. It would only reach people who are the mouthful of the community.

It was an interesting artistic point of view for me, we finally exchanged hundreds of stoves for books. At the time, we knew we wanted to make a statue, but we didn’t have enough pensions. So we auctioned out the stones at auctions, and the collector himself finally selected 14 pieces in the polls, which we planted right in the palm of our hand, Jelnek explains the origin of bronze boots, and now decorates the exhibition in the Vltava Museum.

A phenomenon that has no analogues in the world

But who also got the book in the falconry, that is, its kind, born. He fled with the trouble of reminiscing about the creation of a unique exposition of the Vltava in the buildings of the city museum.

At that time, my colleague Tom and I prepared it in our spare time and on weekends. It took us two years, we didn’t put it together. I would be very happy for a similar meeting to take place in the future, and thanks to them, a remarkable museum collection can be created, Prchal wishes.

The publication, unlike the first edition, contains never-before-published photographs of various localities in their arrests when Prchal discovered them. It focuses on her extinct sites, of which come today the most precious stones.

It has been going on for more than a year and a long project and proves that the community is not as bad as it seems, is believed by Mei.

According to the author of the book, this phenomenon is not similar in the world. There is nothing in the world that resembles a golden heat. Hundreds of people gather after the children every weekend and go to the search. As an artist, I was also very interested in it, explains Jelnek, who managed to find several foundries in the Czech and Austrian fields.

The program was complemented by the author Jiho Hjka. He listened to the audience with a few pages from his novel The Green Horse Thieves, which brings the life of the Vltava to life. Those interested could listen in such a memorable way to Prechala and professional presidents, who assembled their own collection collections and their destruction in the natural environment.