Being an artist means to become a master of life to me. Thus my activities are rather various, while all are connected to and interacting with each other.
During the university of art, i also attended healthcare studies and self-studied psychology and nutrition. Meanwhile, longer journeys expanded my horizon, including the power of community and a more natural way of life. The experience of the empowering and healing power of a community was further deepened by the art therapist training of the Hungarian Art- and Sociotherapy Association, while my environmental awareness also increased. I’ve gathered my latest experiences as an art teacher and art therapist, working with children of different ages.
I am impressed by the fact that everything is reflected in everything: body in soul, soul in body, man in its environment… in all things there is a message that leads to wholeness, while art is a good tool to find deeper meaning beyond understandable.
In my work, my most important “tools” are acceptance, trust and respect, be it therapy, teaching or creation.