Boglárka Nagy is a Hungarian contemporary painter who is a significant figure in the Hungarian art scene. Besides regular solo and group exhibitions, her works are sought after not only at Hungarian, but also at international auctions - one such auction was Sotheby's London 2016 '20th Century Art - A Different Perspective' auction, where her work 'Summer Love' sold alongside widely known Hungarian artists such as Lajos Kassák, Attila Szűcs and Judit Reigl. She repeated her success at the same auction in 2019 with another work titled 'My Name Is White'. She was the first Hungarian painter to be selected for LUMAS's international portfolio in 2017. Her paintings are expressive, vibrant and composed with rich colours, her portrayal of people is bold and extraordinary. All the pieces in her series called 'SUN WATER AIR' are dominated by light, endless open spaces, freedom and zest for life painted with a brilliant technique. The figures in her paintings evoke harmony, energy and emotion. She is influenced by other genres of contemporary art including fashion, design and modern photography. Her latest pieces are inspired by her travels in Southeast Asia and the Middle East. These works speak of freedom, of the inner universe of the human soul and of a detachment from Western consumer culture captured in a non-judgemental, observational way. A new, deeper portrayal of characters lately goes beyond Boglárka Nagy's previously easy-going, sometimes frivolous and provocative tone. Both colours and subjects are more sensitive and lyrical. Boglárka Nagy's work is also about the journey of the soul. For her, painting is a way of experiencing an active, yet often meditative state through which she can give form to her inner universe and capture life in her own unique and striking visual language. Light is not only an expression of rich visual contrast but also a tool to suggest spiritual values within her paintings. Through the process of creation she seeks a connection with the transcendental and to bring the vibrations of the Universe to life on canvas. For her, painting is an inspired, spiritual, purely creative process with immense power. It is not only a calling, but also a playground, self-therapy and a sense of mission to bring beauty and change into the world.