Jega Szabo Laszlo Tamas
Tamás László Jéga Szabó (Thomas Leslie J.Taylor) was born in 1955, in Szeged. His masters, Mihály Cs. Patay,Miklós Patay,Lajos Bakacsy, János Hemmert, János Szekfű and Győző Szőke, were Szeged's excellent artists. He studied, as self-educated artist in their free schools from 1968 until 1976. In 2007 he got the artistic award of Szeged's Cultural Base.He is one of the representatives of the Hungarian Service Foundation and he is also member of the Order of George Saint. In the Company of Sándor Petőfi, which is a company of amateur actors, he was scene-painter and he was also the protagonist of the following play: Queens of France, play of Thorton Wilder. Style: His artistic style has realist or surrealist or futurist features. He established with his installations and collages the new, original, playfull and intellectual trend of postmodern. Genre: graphic, oil-painting, installation, collage, scene-painting, decoration of outside and inside Ars poetica: He describes his own art with the following words: 'FREE-CONTACT and PLAYFUL', which mean the finding and creating of free connections, the presentation of aesthetic and visual experience, the intellectual experience of thinging and talking. We are invited to play and to be playful by his art.