they started their artistic life by creating large compositions in churches, cathedrals, business and government buildings. This opportunity made it possible for them to leap over the usual confinements and searches of an artist’s formative years and plunged them straight into works of great magnitude and challenge.
A.B. has incorporated the Makk style into his paintings, continuing the family techniques of ingeniously adapting his parents’ concept of subtly interweaving colors and gradually bringing them to a climax of exploding brilliance. Each artist, however, uses this style in a distinct and markedly different way. And unanimously, they believe that to paint is not just to reproduce what life reveals to the eye but to glorify that which life encompasses as a whole in is fleeting, yet eternal, passage.