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by Gergely Gyuricza

€ 2 135 The Sun and Moon had a daughter, a Foxfairy. The three of them had a pet Dragonfly. One day the Dragonfly, it ran away. So Foxfairy ran after it. And when she found it, the Dragonfly had following to say: He saw the forest of talking trees, where the birds and the bees declared war on anything that had a furry paw. ’The forest wasn’t big enough for them all’ - they said They waged war over each other for decades. Figting each summer, resting down in holes and up in gray trees in the winter. But one spring when they woke up, and found that the forest that once was green was colored black by killing machines. Man has come and cut down everything with long saws and huge axes. And Foxfairy, seeing the pain of birds and bees, and everything with a dirty paw, invited all to live on the back of their parents. So the birds, and the bees, and the creatures of the forrest, from that point on, lived on the back of the moon by day, and on the back of the sun by night, so it doesn’t get to hot. And that’s how the story goes about the time the Dragonfly of the Foxfairy ran away.

Style: Pop Art

Acrylic on Canvas

Dimension: 120 cm x 150 cm

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Gergely Gyuricza

Gergely Gyuricza

Gyuricza’s mission is to create artworks of original, emotive and edifying quality, and to promote Pop Art in Eastern-Europe. Strengthening the artwork-spectator bond – via exhibitions and online initiatives to enrich people lives. My vision My core purpose is to empower the young urban white-collar citizen, to express and promote her/himself confidently, via the Pop Art genre that I aim to invigorate. I strive to differentiate myself in the artist universe, by using Psychological concepts, Humour and Pop culture icons, providing an immediately familiar experience, even if you never saw my artworks before. My artworks are a personal effort to comprehend the mysticism of death, and leave behind a legacy. While I expect these actions be fundamental, i do this as a mental health effort for myself, and the esthetical benefit of others. Because Art is about Resilience, It Always Has Been. I also commit to improve my own social impact and behave ethically and responsibly at all times. There has been a distortion in the distribution model of works of art. The impact of digital frameworks of a global scale will shape the future of art. I want to drive that process. People always ask me: “How do you find the inspiration?” And the truth is that my grandfather always said, his tombstone will only say ˝Gyuricza˝. I know what he ment. For a man, that is the only thing that matters. To have a name and live up to that. I sign my paintings as they were my tombstones, I leave small pieces of me behind, to show I was here, to show i mattered, to be remembered... as a statement that ˝I fucking tried˝