Tamás Kánya creates his Driftwood Art in Budapest, mainly on the bank of the Danube, as he says, together with nature. What Nature shaped, he imagines it further. He’s made balance-statues out of stones for four years. He’s a self-taught artist who finds inspiration wherever he goes.
Land art: finding beauty and turning it into Driftwood Art!
Tamas has got inspiration from everyday driftwood that washed up on the shoreline. For two years he’s created breathtaking mandalas from small stones, shells and other natural treasures. The bank of the Danube is his studio, where he spends hours every day year round. More and more people know about him and visit his outdoor gallery.