Hajnal Miklos / HU

Miklós Hajnal began to observe and draw the world around herself, especially the nature in her hometown Gyergyószentmiklós, Romania. In 2000, being Hungarian, she was admitted to the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, where she graduated in 2006. In 2005 with an Erasmus scholarship, she worked in Valencia, Spain. She won the First Josef Albers Award in 2004, the art gallery scholarship of the Budapest Gallery to Gyergyószárhegy, then in 2008, the Barcsay Prize in Szentendre.

Miklós Hajnal is most concerned about the relationship between man and nature. She is seized by its motifs, such as wolves, the sun, or the trees, that can hold her simultaneously with personal content and by having symbolic value.

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