I first experienced the excitement of creation at the age of twelve when I managed to sell several pieces of my jewelry at the Museum of Applied Arts in Budapest.
I majored in Fashion Business, Marketing, Management, as well as in Art, Design, and Media, at Richmond, The American International University in London. During my undergraduate studies, my classmates and teachers showed a keen interest in my drawings, so I decided to create a fashion brand and print my surreal graphics on t-shirts.
My introductory exhibition was in 2020 in Hungary, Budapest at Abigail Gallery and Auction house. I was the only artist presented throughout the two months with my 60 paintings.
In addition, last year I have been selected as the youngest artist to be part of an art book series that is available in English, Chinese, and Hungarian. Furthermore, my artworks have been included in several Hungarian and foreign’s art collections.
Nevertheless, one of the biggest Hungarian porcelain brands asked me to be their new designer in order to develop a new and modern collection for them, inspired by my surreal graphic designs and my paintings.
At the moment I live in China, Shanghai.
As early as the age of 15, I was most interested in the abstract painting style. I find this kind of expression really rewarding. By making the images non-figurative, I feel they are more mysterious, yet at the same time more honest.
When I look at abstract paintings, they affect me much more strongly than any other style. I feel they communicate to me in the sincerest manner, and I like that they tell their story in a concealed way.
I have never been good with words. My works speak for me, they express my thoughts and my feelings.