Mud Stork Art
I was growing up in s a small village in Hungary where we kids spent most of our free time outside. Played in the mud, built a kite from paper and reed, and caught toads from the pond. Everything was so simple.
Time has changed. I was lucky to get admitted to an art high school where I studied architectural sculpturing. I graduated in a Teacher Training Collage. Got married, became a mom, moved to Texas in 2001. After several years neglecting art, I had a chance to continue where I left it behind, taking classes at North Lake College. I enjoyed creating art with materials I had never used and met good old friends like clay. In 2016 I joined to the McKinney Art Studio where I continued my pottery explorations.
Cannot explain why but clay has a mesmerizing effect on me. Throwing a smooth body of clay on the potter’s wheel equals the effect of a yoga class. My pieces are mostly functional. I hope, people will touch and use them every day, experiencing comfort and harmony.
Wanting it or not, life picked up a speed that I have a hard time to keep up with. My artwork represents those quieter times when we could talk to a snail for hours, admired a caterpillar’s beauty, laid in the high grass watching the clouds creating figures from bedtime stories. I wish to invite my audience to another dimension. It is open to everyone, we are just too hurried and busy to realize it. I want to show our world’s beauty in the tiny details.
I am so happy to join to the Goldmark Cultural Center’s artist community. I am sure I will find new inspirations in every corner.
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