Unique & Original Artworks

I​ am very versatile, I work artistically, as a photographer, graphic designer and painter. I have been active on the art market for 20 years. Of course I love the museums, the exhibitions, the beautiful paintings. I love creating very much something beautiful. ​My artworks are unique and hand signed. I hope you like it too.

Judit Bánszegi


Judit Bánszegi (born 1977) is a Hungarian artist and photographer (her teacher: Martin Szipál).
Her father was a versatile, talented artist who taught her a lot as a child.
She studied graphic, printing and media technology in Vienna.
Since 2003 she has been working as a graphic designer, web designer and photographer for art and antique dealers in Vienna.
Since becoming a mother and being able to spend much more time at home, she has also devoted herself intensively to art painting.

She has an extremely sensitive, ​intuitive, so to speak mediumistic perception, which helps her to explore and understand the world and her fellow human beings with their emotional ups and downs. In her Hungarian blog on Facebook, she regularly writes about her sensitive impressions and provides spiritual support to her numerous grateful readers.

Judit's colourful works are expressive and driven by exploration, spontaneity, and intuition. 
As a child, she grew up under the creative influence of her artistically talented father and her sensitive, creative grandmother in Hungary.
She is fascinated when old meets new, but also when Asian aesthetics and Western ideas combine to create a new form. Therein lies the surprise and magic of her work, which is influenced by a variety of modernist and contemporary artists: Gustav Klimt, Pablo Picasso, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Monet, and so on. More recent post-contemporary influences include, Jackson Pollock, László Moholy Nagy, Yayoi Kusama, Gerhard Richter and Xenia Hausner. 


Art as a personal form of expression - does that apply to you?

Yes. As an artist, my mission is to inspire: to create interesting, impressive, creative works of art.
My artworks are also an expression of my interest in abstract geometry and the ways its forms can be used to explore and express the complexity of our world. My practice is driven by a desire to create artworks that are both visually appealing and conceptually engaging.
Art is my way of holding a mirror up to the world around me. I portray people in a position of strength, optimism, joy and triumph. In a way, they become self-portraits. I love to combine the most un-ordinary things and create something new. My style is inspired by harmony, love and fantasy - my whole life is driven by this.

Where do you get the ideas for your art?

From everyday life. Faces I see on the street, in films or online.
People I know or would like to know in person. People who inspire me. Experiences. Old masters who are sadly no longer alive, only their fantastic works of art.

Your work seems very experimental, what exactly is your approach?

Not being afraid of the outcome. I love the idea of combining elements that don't seem to fit together. And then seeing what comes out of it - it's often magical!
So, I like to be surprised. :-)

Judit Bánszegi's Art GALLERY