Tamás Baráz   1970  August 17th, born in Budapest;

 

STUDIES:

 

2002-2006   University of Arts and Sciences of Pécs, Master School of Fine Arts, Training of Doctor of  Liberal Arts, Faculty of Stonework       1996-1998   Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts , Master School of Fine Arts,  Faculty of Sculptural Arts

1990-1996   Academy of Fine Arts of Hungary, Faculty Sculptural Art

 

AWARDS and PRIZES:

 

2012      Sculptural Grand Prix of the Salon / SNBA / Paris / Baumel-Schwenck prize

2009      1st Prize of limited competition of the Monument of Work-service in the II. World War

2008      1st Prize of national sculpture competition of Haydn-Esterhazy with Apolka Eros

2008      Munkácsy Mihály Prize,  State merit of honour of the Hungarian government

2004      1st Prize of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts at the exhibition „DLA+DLA”

 

ACTIVITY:

 

2009-2012   Chairman of the Hungarian Sculptors Society

2006-2009   Vice President of the Hungarian Sculptors Society

2001-            Member of the Hungarian Sculptors Society

1998-            Member of the Hungarian Sculptor Association

 

 

WORKS of ART EXHIBITED in PUBLIC AREAS:

 

2013       Monument of Miklos Esterházy, Fertőd, Hungary-  bronze, limestone, life- size

2013       Monument of Joseph Haydn the composer, Fertőd, Hungary-  bronze, limestone, life- size

2010       Train of the seven Arts, Gwalior, India, mild steel, size: 712 × 124 × 88 cm

2009       Monument of the work-service of the II World War,  Bethlen square, Budapest, Hungary-  Mixed media, 1200 x 800 x 330 cm

2007       Philosophical head / Queen of the seven arts,   Akdeniz Universty, Antalya, Turkey-  Mula marble, size: 330 x 265 x 66 cm

2007       Paralells, Mersin, Turkey-   Afyon marble, size: 300 x 140 x 120 cm.

2006       Monument of the 1956 Hungarian revolution,  Dombóvár, Hungary-   bronze, limestone, size: 305 x 220 x 160

2004       The Perfect Ship,  Szigetszentmiklós, Hungary-    sand stone, size: 270 x 210 x 130

2001       Column Fountain for the Millenium,   Budapest, Hungary-   red granite, size : 250 x 145 x 270

© 2015 by Tamás Baráz freelance sculptor specialized in contemporary large scale marble and bronze garden and public space sculpture. His own studio is located in Budapest, Hungary, while his monumental sculptures can be found all around the world.

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