Ladislav Hanka:

welcome to my website


Ladislav R. Hanka

Etchings, Drawings &  Book Arts

I make my livelihood from the sale of my artwork

                   I welcome inquiries:

1005 Oakland Dr,           or: [email protected]

Kalamazoo MI                              or: 269-388-5631

USA      49008

   For the bibliophile and binder, there are many folios with text and books available in full leather bindings with slipcases as well as sheets -  unbound  and available for purchase.  Bind them yourself and do better. 

    There are additionally pages containing some of my thoughts on the making of art, which may help you enter  my vision  and lead to a greater  appreciation of what has gone into the making of this body of artwork.  The first essay  is one on the technical aspects of making an etching, something about which even most curators know little.   There is another on fishing and why I bother  - another on primitive art and so it goes...  These essays are likely to expand if I see that there is interest from readers.   Welcome and now enter my world.  

Ladislav R. Hanka

etching done after photo

by  Ludek Vojtechovsky


Art buyers can call me directly or  see original work displayed with any of the listed art dealers below:

Marcia Perry’s Ark Gallery, Saugatuck MI

Rottenstone Gallery, Taos NM

Paige Wiard Gallery, Calumet MI

Blue Heron Gallery, Elk Rapids, MI

Hudson Gallery, Sylvania OH

Campbell-Steele Gallery, Marion IA

Walnut Ink Gallery, Michigan City, IN

Crooked Tree Art Center Gift Shop, Petoskey MI

Bier Gallery, Charlevoix MI

Charlevoix Arts Council, Charlevoix MI

Station Gallery, Marquette MI

Daybreak Gallery & Studio, Manistee MI

The Ink Shop Printmaking Center Ithaca NY

The Old Print Barn, Meredith NH

Gilmanton NH

Synchronicity Gallery, Glen Arbor MI

Chicago Center for the Print, Chicago IL

Z place Gallery Ironwood MI

Michigan Artists Gallery, Traverse City MI

Copper Country Art Center, Hancock MI

Sassafras Branches at Field’s edge  two overprinted etchings   2008

Me - staring into a campfire - a classic pose - no?

Photo-credit: Dellas Henke (out walking in Allegan Forest)