She tackles beautiful outdoor landscapes, scenes of household chores, and various other elements of outdoor life using intricate needlework and an eye for detail.
Almost all of Herczeg’s pieces are small enough to fit in your hand.
Even her works that feature vertical landscapes reach a total height of seven inches.
Featuring Earth tones to create figures, fruit trees, or even roadways, each motif captures an instant that could be a moment in time for any of us.
A Focus on the Traditional Techniques
Herczeg graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts in 1997 with a focus on textile conservation.
She incorporates traditional techniques in her work, using ceramics and natural wood to help form each image.
She also uses natural materials in every piece that only come from vegetable origin.
That includes the lace, textiles, yarn, or thread that are part of each piece.
It requires several days of work to complete each handmade item.
Each image tells a story in its own way, which is why the work is so impressive.
The level of composition that goes into each piece, along with the craftsmanship found at such a delicate detail, makes each piece impressive at every level.
The work might be small, but the message that Herczeg shares is grand.