AN INTERACTIVE GAME AT THE MAGMA GALLERY

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An official opening to Ms. Sára Osgyányi,  artist

and

The premier of  wide collection of the Confetti  jewellery 

November, 24, 2011.

Thursday – 7 p.m.

5th District,  11, Petőfi Sándor Street

Regular opening hours: Monday to Friday 10 a.m. 7 p.m.

Saturday: 10 a.m. – 3p.m.

The Magma Gallery came up with an exclusive  and non-regular exhibition. Upon arrival the invited guests received a card with a special request, as to join an interactive game. The following request was as to name the painting of Ms. Sára Osgyányi and to choose a name for the orange color, glass-head  piece of jewellery from the  Confetti collection. On the back-side of the card there was a space to name the two masterpieces in Hungarian and English language with the name of the denominator.

Ms. Eszter Ónodi, the actress opened the exhibition by adding a couple of thoughts to introduce  one-by-one  Ms. Sára Osgyányi’s  paintings out on display and the brilliant collection of the Confetti jewelleries also seen at the spot.

Later-on the jury on the spot selected the creators of the best two named entries. One person left that evening with the Magma Gallery’s winning named painting and one person with a Confetti bracelet.

The winning name of the painting was: “Lady Gaga’s on the run at 5 p.m.” The winning name of the orange color, glass-head Confetti jeweller was named after a semi-precious stone.

The invited guest eyes not only caught attention to the collection of awesome selection of home art accessories, but also to a small spot whereas a selection of wines were to taste. Another yet not well known excellent wines  from  the “vineyard-fields” of Transdanubia were offered from the winery of Mr. Zoltán Bibók, BWC – Bibók Cellar. Frankly, the Hungarian Bibók’s cellar wines deserve a  big thumbs up.  A set of wines from the Bibók winery  have won the pleasure of care and honor by many at the spot. Personally, I would vote for the full quality of the semi-sweet white wine Velvet Cuvée.  The blend was simply smooth as velvet. Unfortunately, the Bibók cellar’s products might not yet ordinarily be available at all on the wider markets but hopefully they will  shortly break into the flash deals.

The Magma Gallery was a great host with not just its selection of grand arts but with providing  a surprise, a huge boat full of sushi, sweet and salty cakes, soft drinks and the a/m  marvelous selection of wines from the Bibók Cellar.

The Magma Gallery features also a selection of contemporary Hungarian applied art and crafts, glass art, fibre art, metal art, small sculpture, ceramics, woodwork, oil, acrylic, pastel and watercolour paintings, metal art, contemporary jewellery.

Surely worthwhile to pay a visit, especially since to Season’s Holidays are just right outside the corner.

Update and snaps by Aggie Reiter

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