The artist lives between Paris and Hungary. During his career he had about thirty solo shows and numerous group exhibitions. In 2017, he won the A prize. Guillemet-Delaistre du Salon de Paris. During the next exhibition in 2018, he was an exhibitor but also an organiser of the Hungarian artists’ delegation. UZONY builds a particular pictorial structure whose archetypes manifest themselves in nature. He examines the interplay of effects on the water surface, and shows that water drops, bubbles and their reflections follow the laws of geometry. His masters - among them, Gilbert Lupfer - learned many things, such as technique, gestures, while the writings of Echart Tolle and Hermann Hesse helped him to recognize the harmony of nature. Looking at his paintings, we can have the impression that we are entering a sacred space, we see and perceive the harmony, the holiness of the universe, the same as what is found in all elements of nature from the microfauna to the macrocosmos.