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My name is Tibor Sallai and I live in Hungary, in a small town called Bekecs. I'm 30 years old now and I make drawings and pictures more than 15 years ago. Most of my works are made because of fun. I really can't imagine my life without art. I always try to find new ways and fields to make pictures. As opposed to … Read More
My name is Tibor Sallai and I live in Hungary, in a small town called Bekecs. I'm 30 years old now and I make drawings and pictures more than 15 years ago. Most of my works are made because of fun. I really can't imagine my life without art. I always try to find new ways and fields to make pictures. As opposed to other artists in my milieu, I really respect simple hand drawn pictures instead of huge oil paints. It's more familiar, intimate. During my school days I realized how important is to express ourselves in visual arts, because people became confident by making decisions during a work. So, I've decided to become an art teacher and I made my studies in the College of Nyíregyháza and in the Moholy-Nagy Art Universitiy, both of them are in Hungary. A summertime school in Szerencs was another important place for me, there I've learnt about Bauhaus and constructive art, and it has a deep impression in my style. In these days, I'm interested in photography and graphic design. Read Less
Many things have influenced my work, my way of looking at the world. Some of them are artist, some of them are musicians. I think a person have to gather his ideas from the world and not from the books and from other artists. But there are some exeptions: Walter Gropius, Paul Klee, Goya, Kovács Tamás László, Féner… Read More
Many things have influenced my work, my way of looking at the world. Some of them are artist, some of them are musicians. I think a person have to gather his ideas from the world and not from the books and from other artists. But there are some exeptions: Walter Gropius, Paul Klee, Goya, Kovács Tamás László, Féner Tamás, Asztalos Tamás... Read Less
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