Bernadett Bagyinka was born in the capital city of Hungary, Budapest.
She has been drawing since her childhood days, she got her first degree as an art teacher, in 2004, at the University of Szeged, Faculty of Teachers Training College, in Szeged. She is widely travelled during her journey’s she developed much love for Africa, so she decided to deal with african art with deep emphasis on its diverse cultural background with heritage and rich artlife
In 2010, She graduated from the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, MA diploma in Visual Education. She became a member of a number of African organisations such as the Hungarian - African Society and The South-African – Hungary Organisation.
Her theme work on Africa has appeared in many international magazines such as, The Hungarian Africa Study Magazine and on several online galleries including: Fineartamerica, Saachi online and ArtWanted International.
She studied African Tribal art, and as part of her research with strong speciality on the Yoruba ethnic group of Southern Nigeria .
Her portfolio inspired by the beauty of the african people, the african motifs, colours, traditional and spiritual symbols.
She use the historical secessionism style to capture and transform these beauty into her works. The majority of her images are made in coloured pencils which is the most powerful tool and a strong point in her overall work.
In the future she would like to further deepen her knowledge on african culture with the aim to properly depict these messages through Art and transfer Strenght, Beauty and unbelievable richness to those interested all over the World.