Venus

  • Venus

    Venus

    2022 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm

New York Life

  • New York

    New York

    2020 Oil on canvas, 120cm x 120cm

Wrestling Series

  • Wrestling Series 01

    Wrestling Series 01

    2019 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm
  • Wrestling Series 02

    Wrestling Series 02

    2019 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm
  • Wrestling Series 03

    Wrestling Series 03

    2019 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm
  • Wrestling Series 04

    Wrestling Series 04

    2017 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm
  • Wrestling Series 05

    Wrestling Series 05

    2017 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm
  • Wrestling Series 06

    Wrestling Series 06

    2016 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm
  • Wrestling Series 07

    Wrestling Series 07

    2016 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm
  • Wrestling Series 08

    Wrestling Series 08

    2016 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm
  • Wrestling Series 09

    Wrestling Series 09

    2019 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm
  • Wrestling Series 10

    Wrestling Series 10

    2017 Oil and Acrylic on canvas, 220cm x 160cm

Collage

  • Waterpolo

    Waterpolo

    2012, collage, oil, 122cm x 171cm
  • Horn

    Horn

    2012, collage, 86cm x 119cm
  • Trafo

    Trafo

    2010, collage 86cm x 72cm
  • Kiss Series I.

    Kiss Series I.

    2013, wood fiber 100cm x 70cm
  • Kiss Series II.

    Kiss Series II.

    2013, wood fiber 100cm x 70cm
  • Kiss Series III.

    Kiss Series III.

    2013, wood fiber 100cm x 70cm

Heads Series

  • Head series 01

    Head series 01

    2013, enamel paint 100cm x 70 cm
  • Head series 02

    Head series 02

    2013, enamel paint 100 x 70 cm
  • Head series 03

    Head series 03

    2013, enamel paint 100 x 70 cm
  • Head series 04

    Head series 04

    2013, enamel paint 100cm x 70cm
  • Head-series 05

    Head-series 05

    2013, enamel paint 100cm x 70cm
  • Head series 06

    Head series 06

    2013, enamel paint 100cm x 70cm
  • Head series 07

    Head series 07

    2013, enamel paint 100cm x 70cm
  • Head series 08

    Head series 08

    2013, enamel paint 100cm x 70cm
  • Head series 09

    Head series 09

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 10

    Head series 10

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 11

    Head series 11

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 12

    Head series 12

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 13

    Head series 13

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 14

    Head series 14

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 15

    Head series 15

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 16

    Head series 16

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 17

    Head series 17

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 18

    Head series 18

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 19

    Head series 19

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 20

    Head series 20

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head-series 21

    Head-series 21

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 22

    Head series 22

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 23

    Head series 23

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 24

    Head series 24

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 25

    Head series 25

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 26

    Head series 26

    2007, Acrylic and oil, 29cm x 21cm
  • Head series 27

    Head series 27

    2013, enamel paint 100cm x 70cm
  • Screaming 28

    Screaming 28

    2014, oil on canvas 175cm x 145cm

Move – Dynamics

  • Mirror 01

    Mirror 01

    2018, Oil and Acrylic and canvas 110cm x 140cm
  • Madonna 02

    Madonna 02

    2006, Oil on canvas 150cm x 220cm
  •  Gateway 03

    Gateway 03

    2018, Oil on canvas 70cm x 120cm
  •  Fish-man 04

    Fish-man 04

    2016, Oil on canvas 60cm x 40cm
  • Carnival I. 05

    Carnival I. 05

    2010, Oil on canvas 180cm x 130cm
  • Pink 06

    Pink 06

    2012, Photo and Oil 29,7cm x 21cm
  • Connection 07

    Connection 07

    2010, Oil and Acrylic on canvas 130cm x 180cm
  • Carnival II.  08

    Carnival II. 08

    2010, Oil and Acrylic on canvas 275cm x 165cm
  • Puppets 09

    Puppets 09

    2009, Oil and canvas on wood fiber 160cm x 140cm
  • Jumper 10

    Jumper 10

    2006, Oil and canvas 155cm x 200cm
  • Street life 11

    Street life 11

    2013 Oil on canvas, 175cm x 145cm

Move Drawing

  • Contemporary dance I.

    Contemporary dance I.

    2015 enamel paint On paper ,60 cm x 80 cm
  • Contemporary dance III.

    Contemporary dance III.

    2015 enamel paint On paper ,60 cm x 80 cm
  • Contemporary dance IV.

    Contemporary dance IV.

    2015 enamel paint On paper ,60 cm x 80 cm
  • Contemporary dance V.

    Contemporary dance V.

    2015 enamel paint On paper ,60 cm x 80 cm
  • Contemporary dance VI.

    Contemporary dance VI.

    2015 enamel paint On paper ,60 cm x 80 cm
  • Contemporary dance VII.

    Contemporary dance VII.

    2015 enamel paint On paper ,60 cm x 80 cm
  • Contemporary dance VIII.

    Contemporary dance VIII.

    2015 enamel paint On paper ,60 cm x 80 cm
  • Street life I.

    Street life I.

    2008, Enamel paint 91cm x 77cm
  • Street life II.

    Street life II.

    2008, Enamel paint 100cm x 92cm
  • Street life III.

    Street life III.

    2008, Enamel paint 91cm x 77cm
  • Street life IV.

    Street life IV.

    2008, Enamel paint 100cm x 70cm

I am interested in expressive and gesture painting and also in solving visual questions with the help of their tools. During my studies at the university I have been in a constant search of my way. First I painted still-lifes then I worked with strong gestures, and vivid, blissful colours. I gave human qualities to objects. After a while I started thinking of compositions which seemed really gripping.

The collage technic had already attracted my attention earlier. I started working with them in the third year using posters first. In the streets I found time-worn, torn posters due to sticking them on top of each other. I tried to use this feature in a pisturesque way. Having taken these torn original posters and the photos of them to the studio I noticed that their original meanings had significantly changed. I tried to enhance this change by adding extra materials to them. This gave them a different meaning..
Often there are realistic forms or photos on posters and it is difficult to work them together as a unit by the fracturing technic of a collage. It is problematic to integrate an optical vision with an inner picturesque notion.

 

The human psyche is among others the play of phantasm and reality. I have tried to form pictures from the figurative images evolved in me which involuntarily refer to everyday situations.I portrayed them with strong expressionism and emotional bursts. I tried to approach the notion through bodies of odd, aggressively behaving faces. Within notions I pictured water sports, later on street life and finally night life. From the above I tried to catch and separate the instantaneous situations and paint them. Usually I worked in large size which is spectacular. Full of tension and barbarity. Touchable, wildness , trepidancy , confusion and brutality, which refers to instinct life. I went into states stretched to the breaking point and tension outbreaks.I focused on deforming faces and stressing grotesque ironical moments. Using collage technic was evident. To start with I tried to illustrate one or two figures, later I was getting to be more excited about chaos and crowd that almost strech the canvas.

The dancers and their dancing in my pictures are not in connection with historical dance symbolism. There are some identical features – here it also means some sort of emotional unity, bonds of fellowship, it realises the person’s freedom in company though here it is strongly distorted… dance
as part of ceremonial and ritual means of contacting the transcendent. My figures are liberating to dance, they are profane, vulgar. I call these dancers, figures “victims” who are troubled as if they all had some difficulties. They express violence and sensualism. Compound of complexes and terror. Yet their dance is some sort of a sign giving force. As Sándor Weöres writes in his poem: Dance “Sign language spinned of body”

 

I am more and more interested in the inner world. What is unseen in everyday life is what I am looking for. I observe strange faces and their distortions. Faces reflect the core of personality. It becomes visible for the outside world.The beings created by me are strange with blank look. In an imagined place, imagined figures whose faces are distorted in the on-going constant move. They care for nothing but turning out of themselves and then living for the moment. There is no connection between the figures. They form a separate world on their own. They do not care for outside, responsibility. They only hunt the experience of catharsis that actually does not even exist only in their minds. They provoke everything and they only care for carelessness. They are searching ways and it has no end.

This is the same with painting. Continuity motivates it from one picture to another and it takes the thoughts, gestures or even subconscious images further. The unknown , the incomprehensible is always fearful, threatening. The subconscious contents seem dangerous until undealt, bottled up and neglected. The lack of consciousness in paintings often arise in the making process which means indulging in gestures and memories. One needs to step out of the outside world, close out everything and then nothing can dislocate you from this strong feeling.