A biographical note is here. It states: "Born in Élesd, Romania in 1975, Zsolt Bodoni received his MFA from the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest, Hungary." I should point out that he comes from a place in northern Romania close to the eastern border of Hungary, a zone where ethnic Hungarians had lived for centuries.
Bodoni usually paints in acrylics and oil, but sometimes overpaints photographs with acrylics. Many of his paintings are large, between one or two meters on their longest side.
Some of Bodoni's more recent paintings are brighter.
Another brighter, recent work.
Saint Stephen is the name of this imaginary aircraft carrier.
The Merlin was a World War 2 vintage V-12 aircraft motor designed and built by Rolls-Royce.
Rear view of a Merlin with its propeller.