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I graduated in 1980 from the Hungaryan Academy of Applied Arts. Since then I has been working as a freelance artist based on my own small factory. I created my own unique method and designs by experimenting for years.
At the past few years Im making vases in different sizes worked out in great detail, bowls and dishes to offerfruits, sweets or nuts and jewel-boxes with my special technique which can be sold as artistic gifts. My works were awarded by national and international prizes. My interior and exterior decorations can be seen in public places and buildings and my artistic products are sold in seversl art galleries throughout the country and Europe.
When describing my recent work an art historian, Orsolya Kovács said:
"The mosaic like surface radiates the accuracy and unique character of handicrafts in a simple manner. The technical implementation is matched with simple open disk shapes which…

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  • Joined December 26, 2011

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clay, glaze, ceramic

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About

I graduated in 1980 from the Hungaryan Academy of Applied Arts. Since then I has been working as a freelance artist based on my own small factory. I created my own unique method and designs by experimenting for years.
At the past few years Im making vases in different sizes worked out in great detail, bowls and dishes to offerfruits, sweets or nuts and jewel-boxes with my special technique which can be sold as artistic gifts. My works were awarded by national and international prizes. My interior and exterior decorations can be seen in public places and buildings and my artistic products are sold in seversl art galleries throughout the country and Europe.
When describing my recent work an art historian, Orsolya Kovács said:
"The mosaic like surface radiates the accuracy and unique character of handicrafts in a simple manner. The technical implementation is matched with simple open disk shapes which allow the beauty of the surfaces and the natural colour of the glaze to dominate. The glaze accumulates in the grooves which emphasizes the pebble-like shapes creating the illusion of the forces of thousand of years. This impression is further strengthened by the veined sometimes granular glaze. Mrs. Bukran has also found the secret of well designed simplicity through the application of sparkling golden and platinum surfaces, adding a new dimension of the archaic beauty of the dishes without walking into the trap of trying to look archaic."

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