The Hungarian artist is known for her images of birds inspired by Japanese aesthetics placed in ethereal landscapes. Her works are characterized by mysterious charm and delicacy, the main theme of her paintings is the ever-changing nature. Her intention is to inspire the viewer to achieve and maintain a serene life. Her favourite motifs are birds, which symbolize the immortal soul, the free soaring of the spirit and the celestial ascent in several cultures.
Painter Erzsébet Sárközy was awarded on several occasions for her artistic activities; in 2001 in Sweden, again in 2006 in Kyoto, and she also received the prize of the Hungarian Paneuropean Union (MPUE). In 2011 she was given 1st prize for her creative work by the National Society of Fine and Applied Arts (OKIT). In 2021 her work was recognized with the ‘For The Culture of Cegléd City’ award.
Her most important exhibitions:
1986 Hungarocoop Gallery, Budapest
1987 Blaskovich Museum, Tápiószele
1993 Sebestyén Gallery, Aachen
2002 “Szinesztézia”, Eschweiler, Németország
Her works can be found in various private (Aachen, Munich, Budapest, Cegléd) and public (Kirsten Museum, Denmark) collection.
Graphic designer, visual artist.
Krisztina started her studies at the Painting Department of the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 1992 under the mentoring of Zsigmond Károlyi.
In 1994 after switching faculties she continued at the Graphics Department and received her diploma there in 1997.
From 1997 till 2018 she worked as a director and visual brand consultant.
From 2018 she turns back to authentic imaging and starts working again as a painter.
On her canvas she evokes the spiritual form of existence of the flora and fauna through her sacral, illustrative, colorist, quite picturesque, imaginative approach.