Erika Pál is a Hungarian-born artist with a passion for drawing the human figure.

She is a member of the Hesketh Hubbard Art Society, London’s largest life-drawing group. She divides her time between the bustling city and the picturesque Surrey Hills.

 

Exhibitions

  • 2019 — The Contemporary Nude — Mall Galleries, London

  • 2018 — Far Away - folk tales around the world — Fairy Tale Museum, Kassel, Germany

  • 2016 — Favourite Words — Leytonstone Art Trail, London

  • 2015 — Misbehaviour — The Art Pavilion, Mile End, London

  • 2015 — I Dreamed I Saw Saint Augustine — St Augustine's Tower, Hackney

  • 2012 — MA 2012 - PostGraduate Exhibition and Animation Screening — Grand Parade Gallery, Brighton

  • 2012 — East London Printmakers Annual Exhibition — [ SPACE ] Gallery, Hackney

  • 2012 — Survival of The Fittest — Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London

  • 2011 — Alien Nation — Great Western Studios, London

  • 2010 — AOI Images 34, The Best of British Contemporary Illustration — London College of Communication

  • 2010 — Bodytalk — Hackney Museum, London

  • 2010 — The Surrey Libraries Children’s Book Award — University of Surrey, Guildford

  • 2010 — ELP In Space, East London Printmakers Annual Exhibition — [ SPACE ] Gallery, Hackney

  • 2009 — Walk the Line, New Narrative illustration — Coningsby Gallery, London

  • 2009 — Wonderland — V&A Museum of Childhood, London

  • 2008 — Eleven: East London Printmakers — Bankside Gallery, London

  • 2007 — D&AD New Blood – Best of Graduate Graphic Design and Illustration — Billingsgate, London

Illustrated Children’s Books

  • Off to Market by Elizabeth Dale, illus. Erika Pal – London: Frances Lincoln, 2013

  • Little Lion by Lesley Beake, illus. Erika Pal – London: Frances Lincoln, 2011

  • Armel’s Revenge by Nicki Cornwell, illus. Erika Pal – London: Frances Lincoln, 2011

  • I See The Moon by Jacqueline Mitton, illus. Erika Pal – London: Frances Lincoln, 2010

  • Azad’s Camel by Erika Pal – London: Frances Lincoln, 2009

  • Night Flight by Michaela Morgan, illus. Erika Pal – London: Frances Lincoln, 2008