I met him at the University of Toronto, a kindred spirit because
- We’re both Hungarian
- We both worked for Facilities & Services at the University of Toronto (he’s retired, I am still there).
- In addition to our daytime jobs, we both engaged in extensive artistic activities
Attila’s creations take at least a few different pathways.
- Religion and Biblical images
- Sustainability and images of our dynamic Earth
- Erotic and sensuous art
Currently his work can be found in three places in Toronto:
- Two paintings at the Hungarian Consulate
- Three paintings at the Hungarian Catholic church (432 Sheppard Ave. East.)
- And although he just finished a show at Art Square Gallery (opposite AGO on Dundas St W), he now has a dozen pieces at the University of Toronto’s Faculty Club. And every Wednesday afternoon for the rest of November, 4 -7 pm, he’ll be there in person
Here are a few examples of his work.
Sometimes he paints, sometimes he does raku ceramic, and he’s still exploring new options of other media.
In case it’s not obvious I’m an admirer.