He puts his talent, his artisanship, his convictions but most of all his heart into his work. This attitude, the intimacy and truthfulness of it, often opens the channel for a heart to heart flow of communication with the viewer.
Hansa calls attention to problems in a realistic manner. Yet his kind of realism differs from the detachment of superrealism. He stays involved with his subject matter. His works highlight ethical, often political questions about right or wrong in society, the challenges of our times like aggression, refugees, our environment or loneliness. His compassion in action happens through painting. Compassionism. His antidote to fear and hatred in this world is love and attention conveyed through beauty. He inspires to question and interpret life anew.
Anikó Tóth, cultural historian and art curator