„Ceramics is a concentrate of life. To get its final shape it needs 8-10 hours and 1,300 centigrades. We, instead, possess a whole life and 37 centigrades to create the final form of our personality.”
She is the artist, whom numbers want to imitate, with no one actually succeeding in doing so. Even if they copy her works, those objects remain empty without that very special meaning wherewith only she can fill up her creations. She is inimitable, not only due to her high professional knowledge, but because of her own individual view that impregnates the dawning objects. She allows her subconscious to drive her, she works intuitively as folk artists did before. She doesn’t make but lives the art, the flowers of the garden becoming graceful patterns, the spot on the wall turning into a wonderful picture, an old brick transforming into a modelling tool in her hands. In her works the wisdom of old eras mix with the knowledge of the modern world, ancient powers join in with the fresh ideas of present days. She often uses raku technique for her works, and she also makes high temperature fired sculptures, plates and wall pictures displaying rich and minute ornamentation reflective of her creed and thoughts. Her public works are noticeable decorations of many Hungarian cities, and her ornamental objects have turned countless houses into homes.