Contemporary female artist who uses oil and acrylic mainly in her "abstract-figurative" artwork.
Orsi is a Hungarian born artist living in the UK. Her formal education includes a diploma in professional photography, a degree in graphic arts then a Master's degree in silkscreen printing.
Her work is inspired by the visual legacy of the Avantgarde: works heavily laden with symbolism, irony and drama. During her university years she turned from pure monochrome towards the use of colours in her works, and later choosing oil and acrylic paint as her preferred medium. As she has never been able to abandon her earlier interest in the more graphical approach, line drawing still has an important role in her work. Orsi’s paintings with her dream-like figuralism and shifted dimensions are openings into a unique world of her own.
In 2013 Orsi was awarded at the prestigious Society of Women Artists' Annual Exhibition - London, for her 'Body of Work'. The prize was presented to her by HRH Princess Michael of Kent on the 26th June at the Mall Galleries.