Budapest Art Factory is home to a handful of contemporary art studios. BAF's core artists feel themselves as part of a community in which they strive to bring the best from their creativity, ideas and artistic backgrounds. Guest artists are invited to work for shorter period of time, through our International Artist Residency Program. They become part of the artistic community and creativity comes about under one roof. When visitors come by they can sneak into the studios and experience the artistic processes of our in-house artists.

The distinctiveness of Dóra Juhász's lyrical abstract paintings is the usage of patterns. These are entities splitting the mellow but unsettling sensuality of the background, repeated in an almost orderly mode, mostly helical, oval forms in a non-expressive style and certainly not in an expressionist manner, searching their places in the composition. They are not floating in the background nor in front of it, instead they are woven into it without being absorbed.

Dóra is one of the co-founding artists of Budapest Art Factory

Mártas large scale expressive canvasses reflect the micro and macro environment with an enhanced abstract visual language, introducing unique techniques. Her canvases are created with liquid paint, air gun and high gloss lacquers. Additionally, she applies synthetic components in her new works like recycled clingfilm, fabric, thread and solid acrylic.

Marta is one of the co-founding artists of Budapest Art Factory.
Michael Pettet
Michael Pettet, born in 1963 in Chalfont St. Giles, United Kingdom, explores art and digital painting through the prism of different media. At the forefront of digital art, Pettet embraced the challenge of imbuing the product of technology and soul. His digital painting is very much approached as a traditional one, where drawing tablet is a canvas, electronic pen is a paintbrush and Photoshop is a palette. The internal dialogue which is affected by the environment and surroundings is a major theme of his art. In the Lament series, as well as in Scapa Flow and the most recent project – Chernobyl Diaries series, location becomes defamiliarized and personified.
Nathan BROWN
Originally inspired by skateboarding & graffiti travels during his teen years, Nathan has transitioned his large scale mural work into the studio, primarily using acrylic spray paint on canvas to emulate and experiment for larger outdoor spaces. Nathan combines a mix of geometric gradients with organic plantlike designs as an extension of his post graffiti work. Utilizing elements of nature, architecture & graffiti, Nathan produces a range of bold colorful to greyscale pieces defining moments in the environment he is working in.
Sándor SZÁSZ
Sándor Szász, born 1976 in Romania, explores the historical and political past of his homeland in his works. Experiences of personal uprooting and loss of individual identity are more than topical issues in our times.The imagery of Sándor Szász's works is usually interpreted as a post-apocalyptic state of humans and nature. We are drawn into a chaotic scene that seems to be a dark projection of the world. Vulnerability comes along with a self-destructive power.The ruin becomes a metaphor of survival and the landscape is an image of the subconscious.

Sandor is one of the co-founding artists of Budapest Art Factory