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Ágnes

Alexandra

       Enikő         

 

Lilo

  

Noémi

Slik 

 

 

ÁGNES 

 

Browse Art Gallery at Victory Art

I have always admired artists since I was a child and so being an artist has always been ideal for me. The most perfect form of life. We used to own a Goya album, with wonderful paintings inside which I would peruse for hours. I wanted to understand how he made them.
 
I am a perfectionist and so, for me, realism is the perfect art form. To create the illusion out of reality to create a painting from which the viewer cannot look away. I don't paint people, I draw flowers, stuffed animals, gardens, high mountains. It reflects the loneliness I experienced in my childhood, the world I was in — where nobody cares and so nobody helps.
 

 

 

 

 


 

 

ALEXANDRA 

 

Browse Art Gallery at Victory Art

I have always wanted to deal with visual art that's why I went to a grammar school in my hometown where I visited an art class. After grammar school, I decided that I would like to deal more with painting, but, unfortunately, there was no possibility to study art at the University of my hometown so I moved to another city in Hungary in order to get my painter's degree.
 
The basic feature of my work is constructive, the arrangement of simple yet expressive forms. Within the field of abstraction, I am primarily interested in the problems of symmetry and asymmetry, and the stricter, thought-out, geometric shapes.
 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 ENIKŐ

 

Browse Art Gallery at Victory Art

I am Enikő from Biatorbágy, Hungary. I am an illustrator, pattern designer, and mixed media artist.
 
My artistic soul which has lived in me since childhood has always been inspired by nature, colors, and patterns. I always had have an extraordinary source of inspiration from art deco and art nouveau architecture, also from bohemian vintage interiors and the whimsical atmosphere of street views and cafes.
 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 LILO

 

Browse Art Gallery at Victory Art

My connection with art has started at a very early age, though I only committed to creating myself, later on. I’ve been always passionately interested in art in any form also tried various mediums I can express myself (eg.: dance, drama, animation, digital and analog technics in visual art). Hopefully, my expedition on this journey is far not over.
 
Since childhood, I was curious about ancient cultures and their mythology so after graduating from high school I began my studies of art history as a university student. At this time, I had no confidence in believing in myself as an artist, but a couple of years later I have gained enough strength to attend a private art school where I had earned my degree in animation major.
 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 NOÉMI

 

Browse Art Gallery at Victory Art

I grew up in a small village, where I couldn’t find my place. I’ve always been a little eccentric. That’s why I went far from home to a city to an art school where I studied fashion design. I didn’t feel the best in that community either, but I enjoyed my study.
 
It can be said about me that I create quickly. I don’t like making a painting for months. I also make my collages out of instinct. Maybe the most representative word for me is an instinct in my works. I feel my works. These are a part of me.
 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

SLIK 

 

Browse Art Gallery at Victory Art

"I am a Hungarian artist, I was born and raised in beautiful Transylvania (Romania). I started to do graffiti when I was a teenager. I was always interested in art, so I finished art school, and later I graduated in Graphic Design at PKE University, Oradea, Romania.
 
After long years of graffiti painting, I started to have an interest in surfaces other than walls. Since then, the op art movement has a big influence on me and my artworks.
 

 

 

Hungarian artists

Hungarian artists

Hungarian artists