Tibor Nagy was born and lifted in a little city identified as Rimavská Sobota in Slovakia which lies in the heart of Europe. He grew up in a spouse and children of musicians through the communist regime, where by the inventive expression was seriously limited. On the other hand, these conditions assisted him to uncover his possess unique voice as an artist, somewhat uninfluenced by external features. Considering that a incredibly young age, Tibor identified himself deeply connected with character and graphic expression in many sorts felt pretty purely natural to him. Encounter received in mother nature and experience in artistic field regularly complemented each individual other. This developed a sturdy foundation which affected his entire creative growth as nicely as remaining an endless resource of inspiration for him as a self-taught artist.
At the beginning of Tibor’s creative journey, realism blended with abstraction was the path which prevailed in his model. Afterwards, in the eighties, he started out to incline far more toward surrealism, merged approaches and experimentation nevertheless browsing for his own distinctive way of expression. In 2005, Tibor last but not least painted his very very first plein air. It was also his initial get in touch with with landscape painting and oil painting. He instantly noticed a wonderful likely in this form of painting and expression even inspite of the issues of this design and style. The “Alla Prima” technique appeared quite pleasing in a feeling of directness, truthfulness and expressiveness when at the exact same time currently being a actual problem as it demanded an uncompromising artist.
“In painting, I try to seize vitality, essence and range of the landscapes whilst concentrating on the emotional context. Occasionally it is complicated to hold the inner impulses beneath management. At this point I require some braveness. An unidentified territory begins further than this border.“ “It is like being on the edge. In some cases I fall and other periods new, unanticipated choices of expression and system turn into offered to me. Getting regularly on the edge is the way I can strengthen. Acquiring the courage to leave the safe, but typically tedious street and “continue to be alive” is what matters to me. I also make an additional energy to continue to be constantly open up to new possibilities and innovative ways, and if probable, not to continue being at the identical level all the time. In this way I give new imaginative processes the option to have me ahead.“