I think of my paintings as possible ways for the expressive enhancement of their containing spaces, whether I create them on canvas or the wall itself. I want to create paintings that are simple yet complex. Where all the elements are forced in the arena of the frame. Compositions without rest, forms that want to tear themselves apart. The deepest darks and the most blinding lights forced side by side. I do not adhere to any style or school of thought, however I consciously incorporate approaches from various periods of European painting, from chiaroscuro to appropriation art, which I submit to my will for expression.
I graduated from the painting faculty of the Magyar Képzőművészeti Egyetem in 2018. My tutors were János Kósa and Orsolya Drozdik. In 2015 I spent two trimesters at Chelsea College of Arts, UAL.