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Nóra Nagyváradi

INTRODUCTION

After completing my studies as a glass artist, I gained experience in the design and execution processes of leaded and Tiffany glass panels within the framework of my own business. After mastering the techniques of creating glass panels, I developed an interest in restoration and subsequently applied to the Silicate Conservation specialization at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts. Over the years, I have participated in numerous restoration projects, which has allowed me the fortunate opportunity to study the high-level creations of previous masters. My research, material analysis, and experiments in glass painting have ensured my continuous professional development. However, I firmly believe that with humble work, there will always be something new to learn throughout a lifetime.

EDUCATION

Hungarian University of Fine Arts
Budapest, 2012 – 2017
Restoration Studies, Fine Art Restorer (Silicate) MA
Nyíregyháza Vocational School of Art
Nyíregyháza, 1993 – 1997
Glass Artist

MENTORS

Drawing:
Erzsébet Egry, Painter
Glass:
Géza S’igmond, Glass Designer
Zsuzsa Csala, Glass Designer
Glass Painting:
Erzsébet Tóth, Glass Painter

MAIN RESEARCH AREA, TOPIC

Investigation, conservation, and reconstructive restoration of domestically produced 19th-20th century traditionally painted and leaded glass panels using painting techniques.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Consall Team Ltd. 
Glass Restorer Workshop – Head Restorer
Budapest, 2013 – 2023
Company’s main profile:
Conservation and restoration of cultural heritage and art objects (silicate-based materials: ceramics, glass, porcelain).

NOTABLE WORKS, PROJECTS:

2011:

  • St. Anne’s Church, Debrecen; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows.

2013:

  • Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest; conservation of leaded glass windows.

2014:

  • Várkert Bazaar, Budapest; reconstruction of painted, leaded glass windows.

2015:

  • St. Michael’s Church, Mezőfény; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows.

2016:

  • St. Anne’s Cemetery Chapel, Kapuvár; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows (2017 MKE Diploma work – “Best of Diploma”).

2017:

  • St. Martin’s Church in Tours, Budapest; conservation of painted, leaded glass windows.

2018:

  • Drechsler Palace, Budapest; conservation and reconstruction of leaded glass windows.
  • György Ráth Museum, Budapest; conservation and reconstruction of leaded glass windows.
  • Hungarian Parliament, Budapest; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows.

2019:

  • Museum of Applied Arts, Glass and Ceramics Collection; conservation of painted, leaded glass panels (by Miksa Róth, Károly Majoros Mayböhm).
  • Our Lady Roman Catholic Church, Kisboldogasszony; 
  • Tolcsva; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows.

2020:

  • City Hall of Kecskemét, Kecskemét; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows.

2021:

  • Ják Church; conservation of leaded glass windows.
  • Cultural Palace in Târgu Mureș, conservation of painted, leaded glass windows (by Miksa Róth).

2022:

  • Church of the Holy Innocents, Vámosgyörk; execution of painted, leaded glass windows.

EXHIBITIONS

1993-97: Nyíregyháza Art Vocational School, Gallery

Glass Symposia

1997: Nyíregyháza City Gallery

1995-96: Bárdudvarnok Artists’ Colony

2013: Miksa Róth Memorial House, Ballad

2014: Miksa Róth Memorial House, Gothic

2015: Miksa Róth Memorial House, “150”

2016: Miksa Róth Memorial House, Tradition and Renewal

2017: Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Best of Diploma,

Hungarian National Museum, Rescued Artworks

Bálna, Budapest, Hungarian Painting Day – The Fish

2018: Sándor Ziffer Gallery,

– Leaded Glass Paintings, Classical Cartoons and Sketches

– Archbishop’s Palace of Eger, Sacrum Contemporary Sacred Art Exhibition

2019: Vízivárosi Gallery, Sacred Leaded Glass Paintings

Esernyős Gallery,

2020: Zebegény Private Gallery

2021: Szolnok Artists’ Colony

2022: British Society of Master Glass Painters, Centenary Exhibition.

– Stained Glass Museum in Ely

– Winchester Cathedral

– All Saints Church, Bristol,

– National Waterfront Museum in Swansea,

– Wells Cathedral

– Worcester Cathedral

– Oxford Cathedral

– Lichfield Cathedral

– International Festival of Glass in Stourbridge

– Manchester Cathedral

– Szolnok Artists’ Colony, Dedicated to Tibor Bráda (1941-2022)
Selection from Contemporary Hungarian Glass Painting

Mihály Kozma

IINTRODUCTION

After completing my studies as a graphic designer, I worked for several publishing houses as an illustrator, involved in the design and execution of historical and storybooks. Following that, within the framework of our own business, I gained a wealth of experience in the design and execution processes of glass panels using the painted-leaded and Tiffany techniques. After thoroughly mastering the technique, my interest turned towards restoration and traditional glass painting. Over the past years, I have had the opportunity to participate in numerous restoration projects, which allowed me to study the high-quality works of our previous masters. My research, material analysis, and experiments in stained glass ensure my continuous professional development.

EDUCATION

Nyíregyháza Vocational School of Art
Nyíregyháza, 1991 – 1997
Graphic design

MENTORS

Drawing: Anna Erdei, Graphic Artist
Graphic Arts: Géza Sulyok, Graphic Artist
Glass Painting: Erzsébet Tóth, Glass Painter

MAIN RESEARCH AREA, TOPIC

Investigation, conservation, and reconstructive restoration of traditionally painted, leaded glass panels from the 19th and 20th centuries in Hungary.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Consall Team Ltd. 
Glass Restorer Workshop – Artistic Director
Graphic design, glass painting,  restoration and reconstruction of stained glass
Budapest, 2013 – 2023
The company’s main profile:
Conservation and restoration of cultural heritage and artworks (silicate-based materials: ceramics, glass, porcelain).

NOTABLE WORKS, PROJECTS

2011:

  • St. Anne’s Church, Debrecen; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows.

2013:

  • Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest; conservation of leaded glass windows.

2014:

  • Várkert Bazaar, Budapest; reconstruction of painted, leaded glass windows.

2015:

  • St. Michael’s Church, Mezőfény; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows.

2017:

  • St. Martin’s Church in Tours, Budapest; conservation of painted, leaded glass windows.

2018:

  • Drechsler Palace, Budapest; conservation and reconstruction of leaded glass windows.
  • György Ráth Museum, Budapest; conservation and reconstruction of leaded glass windows.
  • Hungarian Parliament, Budapest; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows.

2019:

  • Museum of Applied Arts, Glass and Ceramics Collection; conservation of painted, leaded glass panels (by Miksa Róth, Károly Majoros Mayböhm).
  • Our Lady Roman Catholic Church, Kisboldogasszony; 
  • Tolcsva; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows.

2020:

  • City Hall of Kecskemét, Kecskemét; reconstruction and restoration of painted, leaded glass windows.

2021:

  • Ják Church; conservation of leaded glass windows.
  • Cultural Palace in Târgu Mureș, conservation of painted, leaded glass windows (by Miksa Róth).

2022:

  • Church of the Holy Innocents, Vámosgyörk; execution of painted, leaded glass windows.

EXHIBITIONS

1991-97: Nyíregyháza Vocational School of Art, Gallery

1993: Zoltán Latinovits Memorial Event, Nyíregyháza, Art Cinema

1997: Nyíregyháza City Gallery

2013: Miksa Róth Memorial House, Ballad / The Day of Hungarian Painting /

2014: Miksa Róth Memorial House, Gothic / The Day of Hungarian Painting /

2015: Miksa Róth Memorial House, “150” / The Day of Hungarian Painting /

2016: Miksa Róth Memorial House, Tradition and Renewal / The Day of Hungarian Painting /

2018: Ziffer Sándor Gallery, / The Day of Hungarian Painting /

– Leaded Glass Paintings, Classical Cartoons and Sketches

– Eger Archbishop’s Palace, Sacrum Contemporary Sacred Art Exhibition / The Day of Hungarian Painting /

2019: Vízivárosi Gallery, Sacred Leaded Glass Paintings / Esernyős Gallery / The Day of Hungarian Painting/

2020: Zebegény Private Gallery

2021: Szolnok Artists’ Colony

2022: Szolnok Artists’ Colony, Dedicated to Tibor Bráda (1941-2022)

Selection from Contemporary Hungarian Glass Painting / The Day of Hungarian Painting /