Ferenc Sebök is a painter and music composer. Concerning painting, he started painting as a self-taught artist in 1971 and exhibited for the first time at the Tivoli in Liège (B) in 1974. He obtained the Phoenix Works (1977) and John Cockerill (1978) Prize in international competitions organized by the Immigration and Reception Service of the Province of Liège.
He took courses in Iconography at St Seraphim School in Sarov and later also obtained a Bachelor and a Master degree.
He has participated in many successful international competitions.
Latest awards obtained: Golden Palms of the Crown 2018, Kingdom of Belgium - Premio internazionale d'Arte Pablo piccasso 2018, Lecce, Italy - ArtExpo Gallery, 1 ° Gran Premio Montecarlo 2019, Monaco, Oscar della Creatività - Accademia Culturale Il Marzocco, Oscar delle Arti Visive e della Poesia 2020, Florence - ArtExpo Gallery, Biennale internazionale Palma d'Oro 2020 per le Arti Visive, Venezia, Italy.
An early landscape painter, he turned to geometric symbolism in the 90s. He is known for his Tracingboards and Masonic allegories that he made for many Lodges in Europe and Overseas.
Medium used: Gouache, Ink, Oil, Acrylic on cardboard, canvas and wood panels.
His works can be found in the Lodges, in private collections and in museums, such as the Freemasons' Hall in London, the Americas Museum, Doral in Florida, the Bonyhàd Museum (H), George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, Virginia, US.
His art is influenced by sacred geometry and esotericism. Concerning the composition, we can cite a major educational work: Miroirs de styles, 24 duets for violins. Ferenc Sebök graduated from the Academy of Music in Seraing (B) and obtained a master's degree in composition (CCU).
He also set Masonic poetry to music.