A short introduction to my latest collection of works "LUNAR LANDSCAPES"

Video courtesy of Lucas Tragos


My creativity often leads me to the edge of the figurative and non-figurative abstract worlds, luring me back and forth across this delicate divide on my artistic journey.
Abstract is the art form which speaks to me the loudest; while it requires an undeniable form of self-discipline to control flow, rhythm and energy, it abides to no rules and it stands alone as an art form which allows anything to come to life. Abstract art leads the viewers and painters alike on a thrilling path of discovery where the rational mind no longer dictates how things are or should be and where everything is palpable and resonates if only we allow ourselves the freedom to stop thinking.

In today’s world, the mind desperately craves a reprieve or harbor, a safe and fun playground of its very own without rules to abide by. Abstract art represents the utmost level of freedom to me.

Of French and Hungarian origin, I grew up outside of Paris, France until I moved to America in my late teens. A self-taught artist who started as a pencil drawing enthusiast then as a devoted abstract collage artist. I am today an acrylic painter residing in the Boston, Massachusetts area in the USA. During this lifelong artistic journey, I went from pencil drawing in black and white to living in an imaginary world filled with the most vivid and chaotic color and shapes. My most recent collection called “Lunar Landscapes” marks a significant self-discovery breakthrough and projects the inner peace and introspection which have recently and slowly seeped through me. Using a limited color palette of sober and muted shades was an unexpected departure which thrilled me, an absolute necessity to best explore the themes of deep introspection, self-discovery, reflection and spiritual recovery within this fragile world of ours. Through this experience and difficult journey, I have developed a whole new appreciation for these neutral and understated colors which speak to the human spirit with such poetry and fragility.

Texture has become a key element to my work even with purely non-figurative pieces and is a key element in setting the tone of each piece. Working each canvas with countless layers and sharp edges is essential to give the work its proper grit and texture.

While I have an unconditional appetite and appreciation for all painting styles and artistic periods from the prehistoric cave murals onwards, my era of choice englobes expressionism and post-expressionism. My favorite Master Painters include Egon Schiele,  Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Willem De Kooning, Kees van Dongen, Marc Chagall as well as contemporary maestros like German sculptor and painter Anselm Kiefer for their bold and audacious vision, the vigor and melancholy injected in their timeless work.

  • Fort Point Arts Community Artist Member, Boston, MA - 2019

    Featured in Studio Visit Magazine - Winter 2017-2018

  • Feature Story in ArtBeat Magazine, December 2017

  • Member of the Belmont Gallery of Art Committee - 2018-2019

  • Member of the Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA - 2017-2019

  • Artist Member, Cambridge Art Association, MA - 2019

  • Associate Artist Member, Cambridge Art Association, MA - 2017-2018

  • Member of Uforge Gallery, Jamaica Plain, MA - 2016-2017

  • Member of the Belmont Art Association since 2015


●  2019

June 14 -July 17


Gallery Twist


April 4-27, 2019

“Visual Feast” Juried Show

Cambridge Art Assocation

Cambridge, Massachusetts

April 12-May 15, 2019


Belmont Gallery of Arts

Members Prize Juried Show

February – March 2019

Cambridge Art Association

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

●  2018

November - January 2018

"Open to Interpretation"

Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA

●  2017

November 9 - January 12, 2018

"Open to Interpretation"

Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA


October 22 - December 21, 2017

HOME Interiors / Exteriors

Belmont Gallery of Arts


October 1 - October 20

The Ensemble 3rd Annual Fundraiser to Support Survivor Tails

Animal Rescue

L' Aroma Cafe, West Newton, MA


September 21 - November 3: Annual Members Show (Juried)

Mosesian Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA


Sept. 22 - January 5, 2018: NonObjective NOW (Juried)

Davis Art Gallery, 44 Portland Street, Worcester, MA


September 8-27: Mary Schein Fall Salon

Kathryn Schultz Gallery, Cambridge, MA


July 6 - August 31: "SCAPES"

University Place Gallery, 124 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA


June 15 - August 23: "New Works"

Belmont Gallery of Art, 19 Moore Street, Belmont, MA


May 27 - August 31: "Gallery's Official Opening Show"

Gallery Six Thirteen, 68 Leonard Street, Belmont, MA


March 17 - May 5: "Art Blooms in Belmont"

Belmont Gallery of Art, 19 Moore Street, Belmont, MA


● 2016

September 23-November 20: Three Artists “Voice Surface”

Belmont Gallery of Art, 19 Moore Street, Belmont, MA


April 21-June 10: Annual Members Show

Arsenal Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA


●  2015

October 29-December 27: “Small Works”

Arsenal Center for the Arts, 321 Arsenal Street, Watertown, MA


October 16-October 20: “Ten Year Retrospective Show”

Belmont Gallery of Art, 19 Moore Street, Belmont, MA