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About

Statement

I am searching for the exhibition of the micro world of reality, the complex, overlapping system of painting in shape and color. The visual manifestation of this is the unique and unrepeatable wonder of the moment. The joy and misery of my work is the search for the complex world, and I want to show it to other people, too. After long years of work I am definitely sure that artistic cognition of the world can lead to only part of the absolute justice.

Bio

I was born in Székesfehérvár, Hungary in 1956. I finished secondary school in 1975, then I continued my studies in Budapest as a stonemason apprentice. Meanwhile, I regularly attended the “Ferenczy” special classes in Fő Street (led by Lajos Luzsicza), and, sometimes the “Moholy-Nagy” and “Vasutas” classes. I often went to the High School of Fine Arts, where I met József Váti, Simon Sarkantyú, Károly Reich, whom I regard as my masters. From 1981 to 1984 I worked in the Türr István Museum in Baja, Hungary, as a restorer, while my professional training was in Budapest. I participated in group exhibitions more and more often, and soon painting became my preferred field. In 2002 I became a member of the National Society of Hungarian Artists, then in 2010, of the Bács-Kiskun County Workshop – art society.

From the ‘90s I have been a regular participant of exhibitions throughout my country: Summer Art Exhibitions, Fresco-painting Biennales, Art Expo in Debrecen, Water and Life Exhibition, etc.

I participate in international art camps in Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, and Austria.

My works can be found in public and private collections Overseas and in Europe, too. In Hungary, one of my works is placed in the contemporary collection of the Móra Ferenc Museum in Szeged.

Currently, I do stonework, sculpture and restoration, as well as painting. One of my statues stands in Trausdorf, Austria.