Dagmar Mezricky is a Czech visual artist.
Dagmar Mezricky's drawings display unusually large formats. They are full of crystal brightness and transparency not only as far as watercolors are concerned, but also in respect to lithographs, with which large formats are even more striking. The watercolors are not only mere preliminary stages of, or preliminary sketches for chromolithography. The lithographic work of Dagmar Mezricky is dominated by an intended casualness. Her drawings represent national roots, illustrated by words and parts of sentences in the Czech language. Her drawings display organizing and objective character, her outlines breathe paradisiacal atmosphere, leaving the mere decorative aspect behind and thus putting the beholder into the realm of imagery. In the artistic work of Dagmar Mezricky, much room is given to still-lives and there is a preference for flowers and blossoms, the appearance of which conveys the image of withered plants and things long past or showing Biedermeier elements.