Klara Petra Szabo (aquarella)

Klara Petra Szabo (aquarella)

I worked mainly with watercolour. The feelings I illustrate on the paper very according to my moods and emotional deepness itself. I always try to visualize on my paintings, shows my feelings, my environment, my friends, and my life. My paintings usually small size, complex designs that attempt to reflect my sense of the times we are living in.

In my recent works the technical duality inspired. The painting with the hand transformation in a digital form is aroused my interest. I melded the traditional watercolor technique with a digital diction in my animations.

http://szaboklarapetra.blogspot.com

Biography

Educations:

- University of West-Hungary, Institute of Applied Arts MA designer, Sopron Hungary (2004-2009)
- Folk Academy of Helnaes, Denmark (Scolarship, 2008)
- Eventus Computer Graphic Artist Qualification, Eger HU(2002-2004)
- School of Art, High School, Szombathely HU(2001-2002)
- Tömörkény István High School and School of Art, applied graphic art, Szeged HU(1997-2001)

Residency:

2012
- Polymer AIR / Kultuuritehas Polymer Tallinn / Estonia
- Academia Non Grata AIR / Pärnu / Estonia

2010
- Krinzinger Projekte Artist in Residence Petomihalyfa / Austria

Workshop:

2011- A3.FORMAT / Do it yourself workshop / Serbia

Festival:

2012- NON STOP MEDIA VI. / Kharkov City Art Gallery / Ukraine

Scolarships:

2011- Derkovits Gyula Scolarship
2008- The Royal Danish Ministry of Education Scolarship
2007-2008- Hungarian Republican Scholarship

Exhibitions

Selected Solo Exhibitions:

2012
- Hungarian Institute of Tallinn / Work in progress / Estonia
2011
- VILTIN Gallery / Sweet Melancholy / Budapest / Hungary
- Moodne Valgustus in Tallinn / Estonia
- Pärimusmuusika Aida in Viljandi / Estonia
- Endla Theater in Pärnu / Estonia
- Hungarian Institute of Tallinn / Estonia

2010
- Roland Berger / Budapest / Hungary

2009
- VILTIN Gallery / Art & Style project / Budapest / Hungary

Art Fairs:

2011
- Art Market Budapest with VILTIN Inda Project, Krinzinger Gallery AIR, Igor Metropol / Hungary
- Viennafair with VILTIN Gallery / Contemporary Art fair Vienna / Austria
- ARCO Madrid with VILTIN Gallery / Spain

2010
- Budapest Art Fair with VILTIN Gallery / Hungary
- Art Market Budapest with VILTIN Gallery / Hungary
- Viennafair with VILTIN Gallery / Contemporary Art fair Vienna / Austria
- VOLTA Show New York / Armory Arts Week open collection / Hort collection / USA
- Art Dubai with VILTIN Gallery / Contemporary Art fair Dubai / UAE

Selected Group Exhibitions:

2012
- MEGACOOL 4.0 jugend und kunst / Künstlerhaus k/haus Vienna / Austria
curator: Prof. Dr. Birgit Richard
- SECRET 7” project / Idea Generation Gallery / London
curator: Talenthouse
- Tradition reconsidered / Ernst Museum / Budapest / Hungary
curator: Készman József
- Art Symposium / Hodmezovasarhely / Hungary
curator: Dr. Nagy Imre
- Bankside Gallery / Royal Watercolour Society Contemporary Watercolour Exhibition / London
curator: Council of the Royal Watercolour Society

2011
- KC Grad / A.Formati / Belgrade / Serbia
curator: A3.Format Group
- Hungarian National Gallery / Doyenek és Fiatalok / Budapest / Hungary
curator: Szentgyörgyi József, Bukta Norbert
- 58th Autumn Exhibition of Vásárhely / Hungary
curator: Dr.Pogány Gábor
- Hungarian Institute of Paris / Embellissez-moi! / Paris / France
curator: Pelesek Dóra
- Galerie De Meerse / United in Art / Hoofddorp / The Netherlands
curator: Sander Boschma
- Hungarian National Gallery / Speaks for itself / Budapest / Hungary
curator: Petrányi Zsolt
- Krinzinger Projekte / Vienna / Austria
curator: Manfred Wiplinger
- Ungari kunstnikud - 3in1 / Võru Linnagalerii / Estonia
curator: Jana Huul
- Medvedi / U cast prolecu / Belgrade / Serbia
curator: Manja Lekic
- Mega-pixel 2010 / Exhibition of the Hungarian Electrographic Art Association 2./ Hungary
curator: Haász Ágnes

2010
- Perspectives on Serigraphs / Printa Gallery Budapest / Hungary
curator: Claudia Martins és Majoros Zita
- Women only / Centralis Gallery Budapest / Hungary
curator: Somosi Rita és Szentandrási-Sós Zsuzsanna
- 57th Autumn Exhibition of Vásárhely / Hungary
curator: Dr.Pogány Gábor
- FRESH 2010 / KOGART House Budapest / Hungary
curator: Szabó Noémi és Mészáros Zsolt
- Buy what you love / Rema Hort Mann Foundation - Jack Shainman Gallery New York / USA
curator: Susan and Michael Hort

2009
- 1st Danube Biennale International exhibition of young artists from the Danube countries / Slovakia
curator: Eva Trojanová
- Neighbours, Friends, Family / Les Halles Saint- Géry / Brussel, Belgium
curator: Robert Bayer
- Apropódium Gallery / Day by Day / Budapest / Hungary
curator: Sebestyén Ágnes
- 56th Autumn Exhibition of Vásárhely / Hódmez?vásárhely / Hungary
curator: Dr.Pogány Gábor
- Trafó Gallery / I think sixteen hours a day before going to bed / Budapest / Hungary
curator: Várnagy Tibor
- Ferenczi és Tsai Gallery / Swimmingpool / Budapest / Hungary
curator: Nádudvari Noémi

2008
- VILTIN Gallery / feszítsd ki! / Budapest / Hungary
curator: Iski-Kocsis Tibor
- 55th Autumn Exhibition of Vásárhely / Hódmez?vásárhely / Hungary
curator: Dr.Pogány Gábor
- Sunshine Studio / „Greetings from...” / Tokyo / Japan
curator: Melanie Feindt
- Alföldi Gallery / Buy one, get eleven! / Hódmez?vásárhely / Hungary
curator: Szabó Klára Petra
- Apropodium Gallery / Icebreaker / Budapest / Hungary
curator: Sebestyén Ágnes

2007
- 54th Autumn Exhibition of Vásárhely / Hódmez?vásárhely / Hungary
curator: Dr.Pogány Gábor
- Avanti / New Members of Studio of Young Artists Association / Budapest / Hungary
curator: Fenyvesi Áron

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Felicia R (unleashthefeesh)

Felicia R wrote on September 24, 2012 03:59:

You are a phenomenal artist. Best of luck to you, Klara- your talents will take you very far :)

Tom Benkendorff (tombenkendorff)

Tom Benkendorff wrote on September 24, 2012 01:20:

Hi Klara,
Congratulations on your beautiful painting "Early Morning" being selected as the Artdoxa Members favorite of the day. Love to see more of your great work.

Majid Faghfouri (Majid)

Majid Faghfouri wrote on May 16, 2011 18:56:

Dear klara

I always follow your watercolor works. All are excellent but animations are wonderful.
You are great master of realistic watercolor.

best regards, Majid

Gianfranco Ferlazzo (Pittore)

Gianfranco Ferlazzo wrote on December 27, 2010 10:59:

Amazing works!Really!

Klara Petra Szabo (aquarella)

Klara Petra Szabo wrote on February 28, 2010 15:14:

MY HOMEPAGE IS MOVING TO A BIGGER NEW HOME.

ALL NEW PAINTINGS WILL GO LIVE OVER AT

http://szaboklarapetra.blogspot.com

PLEASE UPDATE YOUR BOOKMARKS!

Merrill Kazanjian (kazanjianm)

Merrill Kazanjian wrote on October 31, 2009 14:33:

AMAZING! You do wonderful work!

Jochen Hein (Jochen_Hein)

Jochen Hein wrote on October 16, 2009 13:08:

Thanks for the favs, Klara.
I can´t get enough of yours.
Still I´m afraid of watercolour – it is so delicate in handling. That is what it makes so appealing when it runs the way you hoped for. You are a true master of aquarell.
I looked so often that I tend to belive I know all these people you catched so wonderful.

peter carstens (peckmaster)

peter carstens wrote on January 24, 2009 09:25:

dear klara,

i like your portraits very much, jochen is absolutly right. how many miligramm is the weight of your work?

Jochen Hein (Jochen_Hein)

Jochen Hein wrote on December 04, 2008 08:04:

Your work is amazing!
The way you catch the mood in your portraits is stunning.
You gather each character so lively and precise with your delicious loose watercolor – I would like to steal them all.

You have such convincing new work on your blog!
It would be a great benefit if you find time to post them here too.

Kindest regards,
Jochen