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MFA (Fine Art) - Nottingham Trent University, UK. 2016 - 2020


Catharsis Complex Art Therapy, LEA, Budapest, Hungary. 2019-ongoing

Anthroposophy -“Napút” Open University of Art, Budapest, Hungary. 2000 - 2002

Etching  -”Nagyvarad Square” Art School, Budapest, Hungary. 1999 - 2001

Aquarelle Painting - Technical University of Budapest, Hungary. 1997 - 1998


Award in Education and Training - Grantham College, UK. 2014 - 2015

MBA, Human Management - Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary. 2004 - 2008

MSc (Arch) - Budapest University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, Hungary. 1992 - 1997



Recent Exhibitions


solo show 'Time Immemorial', Newark Town Hall Museum & Art Gallery

upcoming - Liszt Institute, London

upcoming - MFT group exhibition, Heraklion Municipal Art Gallery , Basilica of Saint Markou, Heraklion, Greece

upcoming - solo show, Beeston Library, Nottingham

upcoming - solo show, St. Martin's Gallery, Lincoln

upcoming - LAS exhibition, Doddington Hall

upcoming - 'Transition' group show, Surface Gallery, Nottingham


'Involved' International Collaboration Project, Zygote Press, Cleveland, USA

‘Web Structures’ – exhibition of Ferenc Csurgai, György Olajos, Gábor Tari and Szilvia Ponyiczki, Demola, Budapest, Hungary

LAS exhibition, Doddington Hall, UK

KaposArt Group Show, Art Museum of Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania

Érd Art Gallery - closing exhibition of the Érd Artist Residency, Érd, Hungary

Winter Exhibition group show, Érd, Hungary


solo show 'Half Broken Hopes' at Willoughby Memorial Art Gallery, Corby Glen, UK

solo show 'Dream Carpets' at Érd Art Gallery, Érd, Hungary

Sóház Gallery, closing exhibition of the KaposArt residency, Szigetvár, Hungary

LAS exhibition, Usher Gallery, Lincoln - shortlisted for the society's Oyler/Hayward Award

Exhibition of the Szigetvár International Artist Residency in Budapest, Yunus Emre Turkish Cultural Center

Winter Exhibition group show, Érd, Hungary


Sóház Gallery, closing exhibition of the KaposArt residency, Szigetvár, Hungary

Zrinyi Castle, Szigetvár, Hungary

LAS exhibition, Sam Scorer Gallery, Lincoln, UK

KaposArt Group Show, Vaszary Gallery, Kaposvár, Hungary

Texture Printmaking Studio International Collaboration Project, Tainan City, Taiwan

LAS exhibition, Doddington Hall, UK



'Lost Stories', Surface Gallery, Nottingham, UK

'Near and Far' international online print exhibition and exchange, Morlan Gallery, Lexington, USA

'Droplets' Exhibition, HallSpace, Boston, USA

KaposArt Group Show, Vaszary Gallery, Kaposvár, Hungary

'Art Flags', Main Mall, Kaposvár, Hungary

Winter Exhibition group show, Érd, Hungary

Bonington Atrium, NTU, Nottingham, UK

Re-imagining the Nolan Principles in Public Life project, The Lightbox, Barnsley, UK



Re-imagining the Nolan principles in public life project, Birmingham, UK

Human Condition, Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh, UK

KaposArt Exhibition, Oradea, Transylvania

Project Space, NTU, Nottingham, UK

Dimensions, Reök Palace, Szeged, Hungary

International Art Prize, Palazzo Birago, Torino, Italy

Uncharted Territory, exhibition about Brexit and Migration, Cambridge, UK

Respect for the Paper, Törökbálint, Hungary

Winter Exhibition group show, Érd, Hungary

Rituals and Rites Exhibition, Artcore, Derby, UK



Solo exhibition, MUZA Cultural Centre, Gödöllő, Hungary

Aftermath, Nottingham Contemporary, UK

KaposArt Exhibition, Art Nouveau Gallery, Tirgu Mures, Transylvania

Exhibition of the XIV. International Artist Residency, Törökbálint, Hungary

X. National Exhibition of Grotesque Fine and Applied Arts, Kaposvar, Hungary

New Talent Exhibition, Focus Gallery, Nottingham, UK

Solo Exhibition, Guildhall Arts Centre, Grantham, UK

'Melange de Fruits' MFA interim show, Primary, Nottingham, UK

'Threads' Exhibition, Espacio Gallery, London, UK

eNRA Exhibition, MaJel Rovás Centre, Košice, Slovakia

Focus on Identity Exhibition, Piacere Gallery, London, UK

AP Exhibition, LVA Gallery, Sheraton Hotel, London, UK



Poly-Art Exhibition, Érd, Hungary

'Evocativo' Exhibition, Art Gallery 37, Torino, Italy

'Dreams and Extremes' Exhibition, finalist, Lichfield Cathedral, Lichfield, UK

'Event One' Exhibition, Primary, Nottingham, UK

Chester Art Centre Open Exhibition, Chester, UK

MFA winner for the Nottingham Trent University marketing campaign, 'MA show student image'

'Threads' Exhibition, Dundas Street Gallery, Edinburgh, UK

Mixed Exhibition, Carre Gallery, Sleaford, UK

'Threads' Exhibition, Espacio Gallery, London, UK



Poly-Art Exhibition, Érd, Hungary

eNRA Exhibition, Art Gallery of the Mining Museum, Rozsnyó, Slovakia

'Mustra' Exhibition, Community Centre, Érd, Hungary

RSMA Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London, UK

ROVAS Exhibition, MKE Artists’ Residency, Tihany, Hungary

eNRA Exhibition, Vermes Villa Contemporary Hungarian Art Gallery, Slovakia



ROVAS Exhibition, Community Centre, Jablonca, Slovakia



'Összhangban / In harmony' solo exhibition with Emöke László, Community Centre, Érd, Hungary

eNRA Exhibition, Art Gallery of the Mining museum, Rozsnyó, Slovakia

ROVAS Exhibition, MKE Artists’ Residency, Tihany, Hungary

International Friendship Group Exhibition, Grantham Town Hall, UK



Press / Media

Anikó Petri art historian's speech at the Dream-Carpets exhibition opening, Érd, Hungary - 2022

Élet és irodalom (ÉS) - Metamorfózis by István Sinkó - 2022

About Half Broken Hopes in Grantham Journal - 2022

Framing the Unconscious - interview by Ignas Vieversys

Bailgate Independent p. 38, November-December - 2020

After Illusion zine p. 40-41 - 2020

'Entangled Encounters' gets on the list of favourite students' works in The Guardian - 2018

Aftermath Exhibition Guide - 2018

Works published in Sheepshead Review, spring issue 2018 of UWGB, Wisconsin, USA

Works published and interview in Art Reveal Magazine no. 38, April 2018, p. 96-101, ISBN 9781388503475 - 2018

Focus on Identity Project, ISSUU - 2017

Radio Report in Radio Bézs’s ‘Lila tinta/Purple Ink’ show, reporters: G. Szerényi, I. Frank, Hungary - 2017

'oneiroi' zine, Issue 3, publication - 2017

'Caught in the Whirl' featured in the AverageArt's Magazine February 2017 edition

Paintings operate as background images for the Hungarian TV Show, 'Sztárportré / Star Portraits' - 2016-2018

Radio Report in RadioQ 'Teremör/Museum Guard' Art Show, reporter: Gábor Szerényi - 2014



Artist Residencies


2023 - Érd Art Residency, Hungary

2022 - Érd Art Residency, Hungary

2022 - Leicester Print Workshop Residency, lead artist: George Sfougaras

2021 - Artist Mentoring Programme, Real Creative Futures, NAE, Nottingham, UK

2021 - KaposArt Residency, Szigetvár, Hungary

2018 - XIV. International Artist Residency, Törökbálint, Hungary

2018 - International Artist Residency, Barcs, Hungary

2018 - ExperiMentor residency 'Orbit' programme, New Art Exchange, UK

2017 - ROVÁS  Residency, Tihany, Hungary

2016 - ROVÁS  Residency, Tihany, Hungary

2015 - ROVÁS Residency,  Jablonca, Slovakia

2014 - ROVÁS Residency,  Tihany, Hungary

2014 - 'Napút' Art Academy of Anthroposophy, Kapolcs, Hungary


Community Projects

2022 - Re-Invent project - History Art Trail around Grantham

2021 -  "The Same Boat" project - "Vulnerability" piece, lead artists: Anne-Marie Kerr and Szilvia Ponyiczki, collaborated with Grantham College Daybreak Centre students.


MaDe in MinD, a short film about own working processes, commissioned by Real Creative Futures, New Art Exchange, 2020

‘Empowered’ for the ‘Re-imagining the Nolan principles in public life’ project, commissioned by Shared Press, 2019

Dream Representation - Dreamscape Painting - a video piece about own art practice, an AccessEd commission to support BA newcomers at Nottingham Trent University in 2018

Awards and Scholarships

2022 - Develop Your Creative Practice grant, Arts Council England, UK

2022 - Leicester Print Workshop Residency

2020 - Grant from the Irene Fund, to take part in 'Alone and Together' course (Champernowne Trust)

2018 - MMA (Hungarian Academy of Arts) special professional award, X. National Exhibition of Grotesque Fine and Applied Arts (Hungary)

2018 - NTU MA Mastered Exhibition marketing campaign MFA winner (UK)

2018 - ExperiMentor residency 'Orbit' programme (1 year), New Art Exchange (UK)

2017 - Lichfield Prize, finalist (UK)

2017 - NTU MA Mastered Exhibition marketing campaign MFA winner (UK)

2016 - NTU Postgraduate Scholarship (UK)

Works in Collections

Midsummer Night - Transylvania University & Morlan Gallery, Lexington, USA

Dead End - Törökbálint City's Contemporary Art Collection, Hungary

Humility - KaposArt Private Collection, Hungary

Work in private collections: UK, USA, Hungary



- LAS Lincolnshire Artists' Society (

- ‘Focus on Identity’ international art project (

- The Artists' Pool (

- National Association of Hungarian Artists (MAOE)

- Since 2014 I have been a fellow artist of the ROVÁS Art Group ( I have been writing several art and architecture related articles (in Hungarian) to their website as follows:

- 'Jonathan Yeo Portraits' in Denmark

- Contemporary Muslim Calligraphy

- Nepalese Thangka Painting  I.

- Nepalese Thangka Painting II.

- Animal Road Signs Around the World

- Architecture of Ancient Matera

- South Italian 'Trullo' Architecture

- The Ancient Svanetian Towers of Georgia

- Frogner Park and the Vigeland Installation, Oslo

- Bauhaus Architecture in Tel-Aviv

Links to video and sound pieces:

MaDe in MinD

Dreamscape Abstraction

Dream Representation - Dreamscape Painting

Re-imagining the Nolan principles in public life project

Hypnagogic Creature

Short Statement


I am a Hungarian born artist living and working in Grantham, UK.


The main aspect of my work is the exploration of the personal and the collective unconscious through art. I am fascinated by the common threads that run through cultures and histories, revealing our shared humanity.

Dream interpretation is a key element of my creative process, which provides the basis for capturing the non-tangible and makes it possible to build up a world parallel to the unconscious.

In my paintings, shapes and negative space meet and entwine resulting in layers to explore. To tap into deeper levels, I use figurative abstraction to create an expressive and emotionally charged visual realm. The schematic and simplified forms come from an ever-growing visual library I have built up over years of studies, supplemented by content related imagery taken from myths, traditional fairy tales and alchemical manuscripts. On each painting, to enhance a certain aspect of the meaning I work with saturated colour palette. The varied use of abstract and symbolic elements always generates a new story waiting to be interpreted by the audience.

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