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Added Feb 17, 2019

Dear Wendy, thanks a lot for Your positive rating. We are happy in the same way as You are. Because for artists, which Vamosiart represents, is nothing more important than maximum satisfaction of the customer. Especially kind is, when some of our art works is not just nice and esthetic supplement of an interior, but also raises strong positive emotional experiences - as it is in Your case. That is the mission of our artists - to bring people beauty, harmony, joy, pleasure, emotional and mental stimuls to their life. That is why we do not put just our technical skill and fantasy into our works, but principally we put our heart, our love to the people, to world, to life.. One more time we reverently thank you dear Wendy and with humility we receive the words of Your appreciation. They are a "drive motor" for us and they are giving us energy and pleasure for our next honest work. 

Thank You very much!  

With respect and gratitude, Peter Vamosi - VamosiArt

Erno Toth - creator of world's first bronze statue of Steve Jobs

Added Jan 16, 2019

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The almost 2m bronze statue by Hungarian sculptor Erno Toth depicts Jobs wearing his trademark turtleneck, jeans, sneakers and round glasses, making an animated gesture. 

Video from work on statue on BBC: https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-europe-16096093/hungarian-software-firm-commissions-steve-jobs-statue 


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ZSOLT MALASITS - ARTWORKS IN STUDIO - PART 2.

Added Oct 3, 2018


EN:

Hungarian artist Zsolt Malasits and his artworks in studio.

The creation of the famous Hungarian artist Zsolt Malasits characterizes the spirituality, the sacrament and the presentation of the pure traditions from the time of the Hungarian kings. The warm world of colors and shapes symbolizes the desire for a pure life. It not only provides a visual experience, but also awakens ideas. His inner life is characterized by a fundamental duality: good and evil, selfishness and devotion. His main goal is to find the "essence". 

FR:

L'artiste hongrois Zsolt Malasits et ses œuvres d'art en studio. 

La création du célèbre artiste hongrois Zsolt Malasits caractérise la spiritualité, le sacrement et la présentation des traditions pures du temps des rois hongrois. Le monde chaud des couleurs et des formes symbolise le désir d'une vie pure. Il fournit non seulement une expérience visuelle, mais éveille également des idées. Sa vie intérieure se caractérise par une dualité fondamentale: le bien et le mal, l’égoïsme et la dévotion. Son objectif principal est de trouver "l'essence".

Zsolt Malasits - Artworks in studio - part 1.

Added Oct 3, 2018



EN:

Hungarian artist Zsolt Malasits and his artworks in studio.

The creation of the famous Hungarian artist Zsolt Malasits characterizes the spirituality, the sacrament and the presentation of the pure traditions from the time of the Hungarian kings. The warm world of colors and shapes symbolizes the desire for a pure life. It not only provides a visual experience, but also awakens ideas. His inner life is characterized by a fundamental duality: good and evil, selfishness and devotion. His main goal is to find the "essence". 

FR:

L'artiste hongrois Zsolt Malasits et ses œuvres d'art en studio. 

La création du célèbre artiste hongrois Zsolt Malasits caractérise la spiritualité, le sacrement et la présentation des traditions pures du temps des rois hongrois. Le monde chaud des couleurs et des formes symbolise le désir d'une vie pure. Il fournit non seulement une expérience visuelle, mais éveille également des idées. Sa vie intérieure se caractérise par une dualité fondamentale: le bien et le mal, l’égoïsme et la dévotion. Son objectif principal est de trouver "l'essence".


Istvan Cene gal - Artistic creative camp 2017

Added Sep 21, 2018

Notre artiste Istvan Cene gal a organisé en été 2017 le vingtième anniversaire du camp de création artistique dans la ville hongroise de Cered et il a enseigné à près de 40 artistes en herbe de Hongrie et de l'étranger.










Hatvany Viktoria exhibited in the Louvre in Paris

Added Mar 17, 2018

Hungarian Female Painter Exhibited in the Louvre in Paris | Expat Press Hungary Magazine


Salon Art Shopping, a contemporary exhibition organised in the Louvre in Paris, opened its doors on 27 May 2016. Viktória Hatvany, who lives and works as a painter and storybook writer in Halásztelek, exhibited in the 3-day contemporary fine arts fair, one of the most renowned and most significant of its kind in the world.
Viktória Hatvany Exhibited in the Louvre in Paris“It was a great honour to be offered this opportunity by the Adriana Art Gallery in Vienna. One of my childhood dreams came true: my paintings hanging in a place where artworks of the greatest are guarded like treasures. Few Hungarians can say their pictures were exhibited in the Louvre. I am delighted now to be one of them” – said Viktória Hatvany, sharing her experiences of the exhibition.

Paintings of the artist had appeared in other countries before, for example in Japan, Germany and Switzerland, but she still thinks the Paris exhibition was one of the most memorable events in her life.

Viktória Hatvany Exhibited in the Louvre in Paris“These international events are important since we can get a glimpse of what trends are gaining ground, which are the strongest ones on the painter’s market. We meet fellow artists; friendships and working relations are forged without borders. Just like now, in my case” – she says.

Almost 500 exhibitors and galleries presented themselves at the Salon Art Shopping exhibition, where the organisers were expecting 25 to 30,000 visitors. Viktória presented three of her oil paintings and two graphic artworks for the general public.

“I feel this opportunity has given me wings, I’ve plunged into new work with incredible energy. Besides the cultural shock there are tangible results too: in addition to the increased attention to my paintings and art, an email was waiting for me at home in which a large gallery in Paris contacted me in the hope of future cooperation. This has surpassed all my expectations since merely the possibility to exhibit would have been wonderful in itself” – she added.

The creative spirit is inherent in the Hungarian culture. Creatively, nothing here should surprise you. Your plumber may be a plumber by day and a virtuoso by night. That art and creatively is everywhere in Hungary speaks volumes about the country and the people we know as The Hungarians.

Source: Kultúra.hu

Biography- part 2.

Added Mar 16, 2018

SPECIAL ARTWORKS
Referred by Mr. Gábor Prodán, the pastor of the Greek Catholic of Halásztelek she has painted a mural decorating the Church. The fresco pictures wine and grape and is open for the public in the opening hours of the Church.

EXHIBITIONS
Starting from 2005 when she first participated in a group art exhibition in Budapest (Zugló), Palace Stefánia, her works have appeared in numerous exhibitions and galleries in a number of countries ranging from Paris, France (Carrousel du Louvre) to Tokyo, Japan and including countries such as Germany & Switzerland. One of the latest exhibition took place in Hortobágyi Lovasnapok 2017, an event that attracted tens of thousands of visitors.

AUTHOR, MENTOR, TEACHER
In 2015 she published her first book, Varázslatos Festőműhely (Magical Painting Workshop), a book that explores the world of painting and arts in a journey hosted by Viktória’s daughter. The book was published in hard copy as well as in e-book formats.

Viktória has been an active teacher for about a decade giving private arts lessons and organising art camps to a wide audience ranging from young kids and adults to elderly people.

GOODWILL AND CHARITY WORKS
She has founded drawing contests that are open country wide in Hungary, such as “Fogadd el! ” (Accept it!), a competition for the differently abled. In 2017 she was nominated for “Jószolgálat-díj”, a noted goodwill and charity recognition award in Hungary.

Viktória had been engaged in helping elderly people by developing their arts skills and capabilities since 2008. First she started a painter club in an elderly home in Tököl, later in Halásztelek as well.

Her colourful figures decorate the walls of a number of nurseries, schools, patient’s rooms in medical institutions. From 2016 she has decorated the entire pediatrics departments in Orosháza and in Karcag, in two significant hospitals in Hungary.

Since 2011 she has been collecting donations (initially as of the work of the Society of Artists of Halásztelek, later continuing charity as a private individual) in the forms of clothes, books, toys and she also contributed to the logistics of delivering the donations to the people and villages that are in deep need.

From 2017 she was elected to the panel for creating and hosting the annual kid’s ‘Fairy tale day’ (Mesenapok) in Halásztelek.


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