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About the Works

Initially, my aim was to research the evolution of the language of color and form of the 20th century colorists.

My acquired knowledge of color, form and space was not enough to depict associative elements (human elements, etc.) in uncompromising unity with musical elements.

Color and form must work strictly together. One cannot exist without the other because of the musical integrity of the painting.

In the early days I worked with few colors to study the effects of adjacent color forms.

(Each color form needs a certain space (as we all do) to reach the maximum limits of its breathing).

Any color shape, spot, dot, line, even the lines of the bordering picture frames, affect the maximum breathing space of any other element in the painting. This effect becomes less powerful as the distance between the colour forms increases.

"Spanish Woman"

Together they have a rhythm that creates a sense of space extending beyond the frame.

The domination of this space is a prerequisite for the creation of a musical composition.

"Gentle Ascent"


The biggest challenge for me is to create the musical unity of the painting and the inseparability of the consciously perceived elements.


Looking at a painting, our eyes automatically look for familiar formations (symmetry, two eyes, lines, etc.).

Such visual effects can limit or even destroy the breathing capacity of the colour forms and the musical rhythm of the painting.

One way that has crystallised for me over time to solve this problem is the non-narrative arrangement of elements.


A painting is constructed simultaneously from a wide variety of elements to the expressive aggregate effect of the rhythmic interplay of colour forms. This particularly careful construction, however expressive, avoids undesirable optical effects.



I am currently working with colored shapes without the boundary lines of picture frames in 3 dimensions. I am inspired by the possibility to try to express nuanced emotions with harmonised color forms while excluding distracting elements. The empty spaces between the colored shapes, reminiscent of the empty spaces between musical notes, present exciting challenges.

"Under The Starry Sky"



10. May '57   Budapest, Hungary



'69 - '70   Dési Huber Fine Arts Circle, Budapest (master: Ervin Tamás)
'72 - '76   Secondary School of Visual 
Arts, Budapest, (master: Ákos Birkás)

'76 - '77   Preliminary course at the University of Fine Arts in Budapest

'84 - '86   Participating in an art studio under Alajos Eszik's Graphic Arts

    Department at the University of Fine Arts in Budapest



Work Experience

'78 - '79  scene painter in the 'Central Atelier for Theatres', Budapest 

'81 - '84  cartoon artist in 'Pannónia Film Studio'

    - "Time Masters" René Laloux, Working with Tibor Hernádi and

    Zoltán Maros 1982;

   - in "Deadlock" with of Oscar winner Ferenc Rófusz 1984. 

'84 -' 86  self-employed graphic artist,i.a.:

    - animated sequences and story board in the movie

   'Walpurgis Night' of János Rózsa 1984;

   - architectural photographs:

   City Center of Budapest for the 'State Office

   for the Preservatio of Monuments' and the

   Old City of  Veszprém, Hungary

   - Illustrations in book: Fun and Games in Old Europe by W. Endrei

   L. Zolnay, Corvina kiadó,1986

   - Illustrations in the literary magazine 'Rakéta'

'86 -       Living in Germany
'87 - '90 Restaurateur at the company 
'Werkstätten Wiegerling' in Bad Tölz.
'90 -       One year in Murnau, studie 
of W. Kandinsky's works

'90 -       Three month light studies in Correns /Provence

'94 -       Member  of “Association of Hungarian Creative Artists (MAOE), 

'94 -       Living in Hungary
'00 -       Setting up a garden with japanese 
landscaping principles.

'16 -       I am working on a book about the language and expression of

   colors and shapes interacting.










'17 -   'The Want', Courtyard Gallery, Veresegyház, Hungary

'15 -   'Harmony', Artmill, Szentendre, Hungary
'14 -   'H2O"', Courtyard Gallery, Veresegyház, 

'13 -   'Layers-Vrstvy', Limes Gallery, Komarno, Slovakia

'09 -   'Coffee-Tea-Cake',Gödöllő, arts and leisure centre , (own)

'08 -   'Building Area', Budapest,  (own)
'07 -   'Bird's eye', a 'GÖMB' Annual exhibition, House of Culture, Gödöllö

'06 -   'Year of the Rains', Veresegyház, Atrium Gallery, Hungary (own)

'04 -   'Panel Paintings Biennial', Szeged, Hu
'02 -   'Homage to Gulácsy Lajos', Szekszárd, Hu
'00 -   'Paintings at the Turn of the Millenium', 
Palace of Art, Budapest

'93 -   'Licht und Ton', LTGV GmbH, München
'93 -    Arts Week at Bad Tölz
'91 -    House of Encounter, München (own)

In public collection:

Bohemisches Art Hotel - Budapest,

Dresdner Bank - Budapest,
Lombard Leasing Aktiengesellschaft - Szeged, 

In private collection:

Bergen, Berlin, Budapest, München, Ulm, Veresegyház,

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