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07/04/2015

Balance between the abstract and the real. Tibor Nagy

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Balance between the abstract and the real. Tibor Nagy

Tibor Nagy (Tibor Nagy) - contemporary Slovak painter, was born in 1963.

"Talented impressionist paintings from Slovakia, resonate with matter, energy and emotions. The bold, juicy paint application just fine. His paintings are forced to leave your breath ..." - reviews.

"When I watch the scenery around me, the first thing that makes me do is that I start to listen to yourself, trying to figure out what feelings or mood he is in me. Some time later I'm slowly starting to learn color, texture and other details that make up the whole. And this is the first concept interests me the most. Based on their feelings and that understood, I try to capture the vitality and rich diversity of the landscape, focusing on the emotional context that is extremely important to me.

 


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I prefer using a "free style" with many abstract forms, which I love, trying to find a balance between what is real and the abstract. This form of expression is very energetic and often makes me go a little further, beyond the boundaries of the possible. At this point, I need a little more courage, because for this boundary begins unknown territory. It's like being on the edge. If I manage to keep a delicate balance - the picture was created. "

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