Christopher Varady-Szabo
Christopher Varady-Szabo began his career in architecture before moving over to fine art. In his drawings, he complements photographs with his own drawings with a focus on the environments and physical spaces of plant life.
From February 8th to April 7th, his work will be shown with artist Lorraine Gilbert in the exhibit Arbor vitae at the Ottawa City Hall Gallery. The show revolves around the idea from Norse mythology that humans are merely trees to whom the gods have granted the breath of life, the ability to walk and a face.
To see more of Varardy-Szabo’s work, you can visit his website here. 
- Lee Jones
Christopher Varady-Szabo
Christopher Varady-Szabo
Christopher Varady-Szabo began his career in architecture before moving over to fine art. In his drawings, he complements photographs with his own drawings with a focus on the environments and physical spaces of plant life.
From February 8th to April 7th, his work will be shown with artist Lorraine Gilbert in the exhibit Arbor vitae at the Ottawa City Hall Gallery. The show revolves around the idea from Norse mythology that humans are merely trees to whom the gods have granted the breath of life, the ability to walk and a face.
To see more of Varardy-Szabo’s work, you can visit his website here. 
- Lee Jones
Christopher Varady-Szabo

Christopher Varady-Szabo

Christopher Varady-Szabo began his career in architecture before moving over to fine art. In his drawings, he complements photographs with his own drawings with a focus on the environments and physical spaces of plant life.

From February 8th to April 7th, his work will be shown with artist Lorraine Gilbert in the exhibit Arbor vitae at the Ottawa City Hall Gallery. The show revolves around the idea from Norse mythology that humans are merely trees to whom the gods have granted the breath of life, the ability to walk and a face.

To see more of Varardy-Szabo’s work, you can visit his website here. 

- Lee Jones

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)

Christopher Varady-Szabo

Christopher Varady-Szabo began his career in architecture before moving over to fine art. In his drawings, he complements photographs with his own drawings with a focus on the environments and physical spaces of plant life.

From February 8th to April 7th, his work will be shown with artist Lorraine Gilbert in the exhibit Arbor vitae at the Ottawa City Hall Gallery. The show revolves around the idea from Norse mythology that humans are merely trees to whom the gods have granted the breath of life, the ability to walk and a face.

To see more of Varardy-Szabo’s work, you can visit his website here. 

- Lee Jones

(Source: artandsciencejournal.com)





  Posted on February 12, 2013

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