About The Artist

I was born in Budapest, Hungary, where I spent my early childhood. My family soon moved to Paris, France, where I grew up and went on to study art and literature at the Sorbonne University.

Over the years I frequently returned to Budapest to study under established tile artist Tuni Terlanday, who cultivated in me the love of art history and painting. In Paris, I worked with art teacher Noga Eliezer. I later moved to the United States, where I currently reside.

Painting allows me to be constantly in contact with past civilizations through different themes that I decide to represent in my work. Every piece is a trip back in time and I have a special emotional attachment to each one of them. Through my extensive international travels, and having lived in different countries, I have a special appreciation of various cultures, which is reflected in my work.