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Pál Bolla’s abstract paintings lend a characteristic treatment to themes, mainly passionate, that are relatively rarely chosen today. He produces his serial works relying on the expressive force of colours and forms. Starting from his primary sensory experiences, he undertakes to go through spiritual experiences, and convey them visually. In essence, it is from Nature that he draws the basic patterns and motifs of his pictures, adding his free variations. He presents many shapes with his own technical means in his own terrain of expression. Some of those shapes openly undertake to have come from Nature, some others, however, proceed into complex constellations in order to express visionary themes and spectacles. 

Tünde Bognár, art historian