In my drawings airplanes have
been my favourite subjects since my childhood. A watercolour of mine about the Korean war whwn I was 12.
Me on a Mig-19 of the
Technical Park of my town, Sopron, 1976.
I won a prize at a design
competition for students in1987.
My work was a collapsable
Me at the age of 10 with my
mother and sister, my F-101 Voodoo drawing.
I painted this self-portraitet
for the entrance examination for the Academy in 1987.
With the famous Hungarian
aircraft designer, Ernő Rubik senior, on a design conference, 1991.
Making an interview with
Bertalan Farkas, the only Hungarian astronaut, in his old Mig-21.
Since 1993 I have
had good connections in the Danubian Aircraft Company, where I can meet my subjects, helicopters and fighters under construction.
In 1998 I met the
Hungarian and German WW2 aces at my exhibition in Veszprém.
Anywhere I travel,
I am always looking for the art history. Washington: Lindbergh’s and Yaeger’s planes.
I also make
aircraft models, sometimes I use them as models at painting. I never use airbrush on my pictures, but only on the plastic models.
I always wanted to
learn to fly, but my hometown was too close to Austria, to the iron-curtain. So there was no airfield in the neighbourhood. Later I moved to Budapest, where I was instructed in gliding at the
Csepel Aeroclub in 1993-94.
I flew with the R-26 Gobe, designed by Mr Rubik.
1999 my painting series can be seen in the Business Lounges of the Budapest International Airport, Ferihegy 2A and 2B.