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Enikő Katalin Eged

A native of the picturesque city of Budapest, Hungary, Enikő Katalin Eged is an accomplished artist who seamlessly navigates traditional and modern mediums to create works filled with emotion.

Enikő Katalin Eged’s creative journey spans different forms of artistic expression. Before entering the art world, she studied literature and philosophy, immersing herself in the depths of human thought and creativity. Still, Enikő honed her skills and passion for visual storytelling at the Hungarian University of Fine Art where she completed a master’s in graphic design. After having spent a semester in Rome, she embarked upon a transformative creative journey through the captivating landscapes of Sicily.

Enikő’s most recent artistic endeavours have revolved around illustration, collaborative projects, and finding solace and inspiration in painting ceramics. Her artistic toolkit embraces both analogue and digital mediums, utilising pastels, oil pastels, acrylic paints and technology to bring her visions to life.

The art of visual storytelling

The creative process often begins with an intuitive vision, which she meticulously records in a notebook or on her phone. From her reservoir of ideas, she carefully selects the projects to work on. Each piece starts with paper-based sketches, eventually transitioning into digital masterpieces characterised by fixed palettes of bold colours, often orange and blue hues as contrasting elements to add depth and visual intrigue to her creations.

Finding inspiration in myriad sources, including the works of iconic artists like Frida Kahlo, Ilona Keserü, Judit Reigl and Baya Mahieddine, Enikő’s fascination also extends to oriental folk art, particularly abstract and floral patterns. Recurring themes that find their way into her artworks include animals, emotions and the art of visual storytelling. “At the heart of my creative process lies the concept of familiarity—establishing connections and rekindling shared memories through art,” she notes.

Portrait by YKRA, Botond Wertán

All prints from Enikő Katalin Eged