The painter Balazs BUDA
constantly trying to capture the "Beautiful"; and enter
only the good in life. He finds it everywhere, in everything that
surrounds him : people, nature, the environment ; and he
shares it with his art.
Born into a family of
scientists, his interest quickly turned to the sciences of life and,
early on, he felt the need to not only "study" this life,
but express, embody and also make it speak. His Teacher Training of
Fine Arts and Biology, clearly demonstrates that double will. He
teaches both disciplines in schools in Hungary and France, then makes
a break of a few years in the world of fashion in Paris. After this,
he devoted himself entirely to painting.
His works are painted
with the traditional technique of oil painting. He grabbed all the
well-known subjects, be it portraits, objects or landscapes, with a
different look and a good touch of his own. These works are never
part of a serie or sequence, because he considers each painting as
unique, their realization requires a different approach. Creation is
always a struggle of expression, but at the same time learning the
technique and the intrinsic nature of things.
Balazs Buda is at the
origin of a technique, the Painting-Tapestry, which he himself
invented and he's working on its development since 1990. This
technique combines oil painting to the three-dimensionality of the
textile. This attachment to "wire", textiles, embroidery,
probably comes from his Hungarian origins, midway between the
oriental glow and folk embroidery. He is constantly in search of new
artistic challenges, both in the art, that in the expression itself.
His works in oil evolve with ever wider palette, his mastery of the
technique allows him to extend his subjects in new directions, when
his Paintings of Tapestry offered him still unexploited prospects in
"Toile d'Or 2013" Award- Fédération Nationale de la Culture Française
Palm Art Award 2013 (Leipzig- Germany)
Van Gogh Award 2011 (Italy)
Leonardo da Vinci Award 2009 (Italy)
Human Rights Award 'Martin Luther King'2009 (Italy)
Silver Cross of "Mérite et Dévouement Français"
Silver Medal of "Arts-Sciences-Lettres"
Delegate of Hungary of "Arts-Sciences-Lettres"
Delegate of "Mérite et Dévouement Français" " of Hungary
Member of "Salon des Indépendants" in France
Member of the "Société
des Amis des Arts" at Budapest
Founder Member of "Salon