Hugo Nefe places his work in the tradition of Impressionism. However, he does not try to visualize certain objects in the style of this historical technique, but rather tries to convey moods, feelings and atmosphere by means of different colours and different modes of movement of his body.
The artist was also very much influenced by the "string theory" according to which the entire universe is composed of strings and waves that are connected to each other. Thus, when he works on his paintings, he focuses on these strings and tries to connect his inner world with the outer world.
"I am convinced that my paintings will bring positive vibrations into the homes of my collectors and the daily reminder that we live in a wonderful world, where everything is connected to everything else. I am not a critic, and only critics should create names for new styles in art. But if I were asked, I would call my style "Abstract Impressionism." - Hugo Nefe