Bea Palatinus was born in Kecskemét, Hungary. She attended the University of Pécs, Hungary studying English and History of Art between 1991-1996.
She began her art career as a self-taught artist in her home town, attended a course in drawing and composition, and had several individual shows between 2004 – 2008.
She turned to non-representational art in 2008 and has been painting abstract paintings since then, more actively after 2013.
Ms. Palatinus had her first exhibition in Kecskemét in December 2015 with writer Mr. Attila Palotai, under the title “Dual Singularity“ where the emphasis was on the verbal and non-verbal dialogue between poems and paintings. She took part in a group exhibition at Articum Gallery, Budapest, in September 2016, with five paintings.
Her first international appearance was at the Oxford International Art Fair 2017, held at the prestigious scene of the Town Hall in Oxford, with very positive reception. Several of her paintings went to private collectors in Hungary, some of them were first-prize charity offerings at events like the Rotary Charity Evening or the Attorneys‘ Ball in February, 2017, Kecskemét.
Two further international appearances in 2017 were in August at the Amsterdam International Art Fair and in September at Roy’s People Art Fair in London.
In 2018 Ms. Palatinus attended the prestigious art show Salon International d’Art Contemporain in Paris, then two more appearances took place in Cologne, Germany and in Luxembourg.
Ms. Palatinus’s abstract paintings are recognizable by their unique visual style, lots of texture and intriguing details. Her artwork receives increasing attention from both an international audience on social media and galleries all over the world.