Márta Kucsora's large scale expressive canvasses reflect the micro and macro environment with an enhanced abstract visual language, introducing unique techniques. Her canvasses are created with liquid paint, airgun, highly glossy lacquers, additionally she implies foreign components in her new works, like recycled clingfilm, fabric, thread and solid acrylic. The methods Márta Kucsora employs evoke the likes of notable artists who pushed the boundaries of conventional painting styles, such as Simon Hantai, Judit Reigl or Helen Frankenthaler. Her Plantagram series is clearly suggestive of the legacy of photogram, developed by László Moholy-Nagy. Márta Kucsora studied painting at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, and the Montclair State University, New Jersey.