Sandor Barics


Space Plants

The importance of plants to humans is staggering. Life as we know it would not be possible without plants. Why are plants so important? 

  • Plants supply food to nearly all terrestrial organisms, including humans. We eat either plants or other organisms that eat plants.
  • Plants maintain the atmosphere. They produce oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide during photosynthesis.
  • Plants recycle matter in biogeochemical cycles. For example, through transpiration, plants move enormous amounts of water from the soil to the atmosphere. 
  • Plants provide many products for human use, such as firewood, fibres, medicines, dyes, pesticides and oils…


The point is: Plants are very important to humans. We should all appreciate plants!


This images of plants are completely imaginary. Plants are pretty. These images are colourful and fun. Pop-art-ish. 

Plants bring life and pleasure as these artworks do too. You can try to talk to them too if you like…

Technique: Originally solely digital but then either a digital print or a silkscreen reproduction.


Sandor Barics was born in Baja, Hungary.

Art Student League New York City, U.S.A.
1997 – 2000

Art Instructors:
• Larry Poons,
• Frank O´Cain,
• Bruce Dorfmann,
• Charles Hinmann

Since 2001
Lives and Works in Berlin
Art studio in Berlin, Springfuhl

Becomes Member of the Union of the Berlin Professional artists (BBK)

Foundation of the Artist Group BLUBARK (Denmark)

Foundation of the PULZUS Art and Culture Society in
Hungary. Board Member


Selected Solo Exhibitions:

(2016) Open Gallery, Kesselhaus –Lichterfelde Ost, Berlin
(2013) Sardenhaus, München (2012) Künstler Salon Murid Bosh, Berlin
(2010) IMCAC (Museum of Collage) Colorado, USA (2008) Pulzus Galerie, Baja, Ungarn
(2006) Draw-Drawing 2, London Biennale (2005) Berliner Kunstprojekt, Berlin
(2005) Deutsche Ärzte-Kammer Berlin (2003) Zeiss Groß-Planetarium Berlin
(2001) Deutsche Bank / Tegel-Berlin, Germany (2000) Artists Space / Soho, New York
(2000) Space World Gallery / LIC, New York (1999) Alex Gardega Fine Art Gallery / New York
(1998) The Gallery of the American Fine Art Society / New York City

More like this  Karla B. Solis