Born in 1969, in Jászberény, Hungary. I am a wool artist who received her art education at the Goethean Study Center in Vienna. In the fall of 2004, commissioned by an interior designer in search of new techniques, I started to experiment with wool. How can the warmth of wool be experienced visually? How can we heat up a room with a picture, not with colors alone but also with the fabrics used? Shapes isolate, but colors liberate. In between, there is the field of movement. Depending on one’s state of health and mind, one will long for themes full of movement; another will look for calmness or for the support provided by shapes and forms. Yet others may want to lose themselves in a picture. In my works of art, I achieve qualities that may create balance. They are supposed to inspire and set things in motion. Viewers should be able to crawl into the rooms created by them. And, they should be able to even warm up in them.