I learned the basics of painting in my grandfather, Király Béla painter’s studio. Even today, when I feel the characteristic smell of oil paint, the old experiences revive, and the brush comes to its own life in my hands. I studied as a private student at Dókus Eörs painter. During the long years of work the excellences of Impressionism were and become my examples.
Whenever I see one of their painting anywhere make me sure again that I could not imagine anything else dealing with. I try to paint the light. With knife or brush, on canvas or wood, the point is the capture. As everything came to life, and with the common dance of the shadow is born: the spectacle. The aim of spectacle is nothing other than to enhance the viewer’s pleasure, to transfer something “more”. Well I strive for this.