János Miklós

For his works he makes use of the teachings of ancient mythology, tracing new motives all the time. He never chooses the easy way, but the one taking him closer to achieve his purpose, to the the birth of his works. All his objects are history locked up in clay, but enriched by a peculiar component not to be found in history books. While working he develops and applies peculiar techniques. For this very reason his works are absolutely unique, only characteristic of him. In his imagination, the bird with outstretched wings and the Hungarian royal robe merge to fly up by being incarnated in clay and to chronicle our past. His motives elaborated down to minute details, the carefully worked surfaces, the harmony transmitted by the objects witness high professional knowledge, a great amount of experience, and exceptional human qualities.