Siegmund Angyal is an Austrian-born, Australian-based artist. He has been painting and capturing images with the camera prolifically for over 20 years over which time he has compiled a large and extremely varied body of work. Inspiration is often drawn from elements found in the natural world, and an idea can be triggered by something as simple as a flower, an animal, a piece of bark, a bushfire or landscape. A work can form in an instant, in a dream, or can develop over time and his technique is driven by an obsession to realise his vision exactly as it appears in his mind. Whilst impossible to pin down or describe his style or technique, he holds high regard for the likes of Rudolf Hausner, Dali, Monet, Van Gogh & Edward Hopper, whilst never directly imitating said styles in his own work but letting his artistic freedom roam.