I was born on 10th January, 1959, Mélykút, Hungary. This was the place where I could experience the atmosphere of being in a loving family. This period of my childhood taught me deligence and stamina.
In 1968 we moved to the 'city of painters', Szentendre. This city is well-known of it's cultural diversity and tolerance which helped us to assimilate. I was just a 9 years old girl when I was diagnosed with progressive muscular dystrophy. After finishing high school I found a job in the city and studied computer science until I could. I was 40 when I admitted into the Respiratory Rehabilitation Institute of the Szent Janos Hospital in Budapest. Subsequently to the progression of my illness I fell into coma on 19th August, 998. Since then I have been being respirated...
There are three stages in my life: - The first 9 years spent in my hometown gave me the strengh, - The 30 years in Szentendre, the city of arts gave me the inspiration, - And the past years at the Institute gave me the opportunity to do what I always wanted, to fulfil my everyday life, to create.
My native village rewarded my willpower to live and my art with the "Freeman" title - exactly 8 years after my coma- on 19th August, 2006. 2007. I received of the Hungarian Ministry of Defence for "Budavar Annexation" Picture the "Niveau Prize" title Member of the "Es megis elni..." foundation's. Member of the "Nyitott Kapu" association's. 2008 - member of the Literary and Fine Arts Society of Szigethalom. 2009 - member of the "OKIT", National Society of Fine and Applied Arts. 2009. I received of the B-612 (Szeged) for Radnoti "Nem tudhatom..." 2 picture - 3. place. 2010. I received of the Art and a culture of the world association for "The road of the bread" 3 picture - 1. place. 2010. "Rare beauties" collection the exhibition of an application - 1. place. I have already had quite a few exhibitions with fellow artists and more than thirty of my own, These events not only brought me success but I met plenty of new people and some of them became close friends. This is another factor that makes my life active, happy and balanced.
In the darkest days of my illness I also started to write poems:
Address: Hungary, Budapest, 1025. Baba street 14. - E-mail: art[@]doszkocs-zsuzsa.hu - Phone: +36-30-7425832
The Images: paintings and drawings by disabled painter artworks. Computer programmer who is life of illness been respirated. He became a painter received a number of awards. The fills her days with art paintings drawings.
Elementary school: Szentendre II.Rákóczi Ferenc Primary School, High School: Budapest Hámán Kató Economic Secondary School, College: SZÁMALK, She has worked Institute of Water Resources, Life: Respiratory Rehabilitation Institute of the Szent Janos Hospital, Mélykút in city' Freeman title, Ministry of Niveau prize and member of OKIT.
Elementary school: Szentendre II.Rákóczi Ferenc Primary School, High School: Budapest Hámán Kató Economic Secondary School, College: SZÁMALK, She has worked Institute of Water Resources, Life: Respiratory Rehabilitation Institute of the Szent Janos Hospital, Mélykút in city' Freeman title, Ministry of Niveau prize, member of OKIT,