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Me and You
Me and You | 20″ Dia | OilClick to see full image
You and Me
You and Me | 20″ Dia | OilClick to see full image
I Give My Paradise
I Give My Paradise | 24″ x 24″ | OilClick to see full image
Effortless Journey | 24″ x 24″ | OilClick to see full image
Tangled Lovers | 24″ x 24″ | OilClick to see full image
Wonderland Preacher | 24″ x 24″ | OilClick to see full image
Fishy Garden | 24″ x 24″ | OilClick to see full image
Conquered Fear | 36″ x 36″ | Oil – Painted Live in our GalleryClick to see full image
Just Arrived | 38″ x 54″ | OilClick to see full image
Shavel | 52″ x 40″ | OilClick to see full image
On The Beach
On The Beach | 32″ x 44″ | OilClick to see full image
Red Thin Line
Red Thin Line | 46″ x 32″ | OilClick to see full image
Győrfi started painting when he was very young as a student of the painters József Molnár and György Ruisz. Already at the age of nine he won, among more than 5,000 drawings admitted in the competition, the International Design Competition for Children of Shankar, in India.
In 1981 he moved to Budapest where he graduated in architecture at the College Ybl Miklós
Among his many works, Győrfi, illustrated the magazine Rakéta Regényújság, És and Galaktika. He painted the stage of the Theatre of Sopron for a play of Raymond F. Simon and in london he illustrated the stage for the work “Black Honey” by Zsolt Pozsgai. Its graphics were published by publishers Mora, Cicero and Palatinus. During his career he had a period of work in Aachen, Germany.
Győrfi works have been exhibitioned in various cities of the world, as New York, Istanbul, London and Harbin, in China.
Between 1994 and 1999 Győrfi was the director of the Polaris Art Gallery in Budapest.
Since 1997 he is member of the Art Symposions in Italy, Spain, Austria.
Győrfi works are appreciated both in Hungary and internationally, and he is today considered one of the best and most promising Hungarian contemporary painters.