UZONY lives between Paris and Hungary. During his career he had the opportunity to present his works in about thirty personal exhibitions and numerous group exhibitions. In 2017, he won the A. Guillemet-Delaistre prize at the Paris Salon. The following year, at the same fair, he exhibited and represented the delegation of Hungarian artists.
UZONY builds a particular pictorial structure whose archetypes are manifested in nature. He examines the play of effects on the surface of water to demonstrate that water drops, bubbles and their reflections follow the laws of geometry. His teachers, especially Gilbert Lupfer, taught him technique and body language, while the writings of Echart Tolle and Hermann Hesse helped him to appreciate the harmony of nature.
By observing his paintings, we enter a sacred space, where we can perceive the harmony of the universe, that which is found in all the elements of nature from the micro-fauna to the macro-cosmos.