Sharing his time between Paris and Hungary, Uzony, puts his own interpretation of the world on the canvas. He paints to better make us perceive the harmony of nature, that which is in all the elements of nature, from microfauna to macro-cosmos. He thus invites us to spirituality, the sacred and observation. Between Paris and Hungary During his career, Uzony had the opportunity to present his works on around thirty personal exhibitions and numerous collective exhibitions. It was in 2017 that he won the A. Guillemet-Delaisre prize at the Paris Salon. The following year, at the same show, he exhibited and represents the delegation of Hungarian artists. Of a fine observation of nature to the pictorial experience Uzony builds a particular pictorial structure whose archetypes are manifested in nature. It is fascinated by the play of effects on the surface of the water and wishes by observation to demonstrate that the drops of water, the bubbles and their reflections follow the laws of geometry. His masters, and in particular Gilbert Lupfer, taught him the technique and the gesture, while the writings of Eckhart Tolle and Hermann Hesse helped him to appreciate the harmony of nature.