She’s been making figurative ceramics for the garden for more than 50 years. Since the end of the ’70s she had both group and solo exhibitions inside and outside Hungary. Her workspace and gallery is in Göd, 20 kms from Budapest.
She is mostly interested in animals and people, their relationship with themselves and others and the surrounding world.
She makes each piece by hand from weelthrowing, sculpting, to painting without using any multiplying techniques. Her works are fired at 1250 C.
Modelling the face, the look of a figure is especially exciting for her as this is the way she can give the sculptures their own personalities. She mixes her own vibrant earthpaint colours and enjoys painting the dried grey clay figures with them. Colour also gives her sculptures a strong voice in the garden at any season. She rarely uses glaze on the entire surface. Her aim is not to cover the whole figure, she prefers the joyous contrast of the plain, the painted and the glazed textures.
You can find her works for sale on her website.