Artist: Sala Lieber
*1980 Budapest, Hungary
1998 Won first prize (shared) at the most famous and oldest drawing school in Hungary / 1999 Fellowship at the Academy of Arts in Dresden / 2002 Change to the National Academy of Arts
2005 Nominated as a master scholar / 2006 Graduation, award of the Academy of Arts degree
I've tried to design the Hungarian bear as lively and vivacious. On the front the significance of the Hungarian family and its cohesion is the theme. The floating masses are the daily life.
On the back the vivaciousness of the Hungarian people is described through music and dance. From four to five metres distance the silhouette of a dancing woman can be seen.
Hungary is an intercultural country which quickly accepts and integrates other nations.