Programmer and painter who lives on a Respiratory machine
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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.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.Subsequently to the progression of my illness I fell into coma on 19th August, 998. Since then I have been being respirated...- 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.