I loved small colorful glass beads even in my childhood. I started to act with beads more seriously around 1980. I saw a beaded bracelet in a magazine and made it. My first weaved designs were published in Gyöngyvarázs (Beaded miracle) series in 1997 later the tutorials of Mexican jewellery. In 2008 I got the folk artist title. Maintaining the tradition I really like to make folk beaded „collars”, necklaces adapting them to current fashion. I design modern jewellery, too but I also enjoy to bead patterns published on the internet or I take an idea from them. Every new technique is a challenge for me. I teach children and adults on curses, trainings and workshops. I hold a workshop from 2005.

Significant awards:

  • Creative prize of Foundation for Hungarian Handcraft on Hungarian handcraft tender in 2008
  • One of my work got to the collection of Hungarian Folk Arts and Crafts Museum
  • Renaissance of beads exhibition series 2008 – 2009
  • Participation in „Flowery Renaissance” exhibition„- Hungarian National Gallery 2008

Notable exhibitions displaying my works:

  • Agricultural Museum 2009, 2008, 2006
  • „Hungarian Folk Art” – Rijeka-Lovran 2009
  • Székesfehérvár 2009
  • Hungarian National Gallery 2006
  • Tokaj Gallery 2009, 2005, 2003
  • Szekszárd 2008, 2002
  • Balatonalmádi 2009, 2008, 2006