"Small table of philosophy" granit, 44 x 40 x 8 cm. 2006

Building  up his own sculptural world very consistently at the age of youth he reached into those heights, where  ​​major works are made.
His sculptural world is thoughtful, the quality of performance is unique. His oeuvre is authenticated by important exhibitions and remarkable works too.
Tamás Baráz is a significant artist of his generation, and is also today a major component of Hungarian contemporary sculpture ...
István Bencsik  sculptor

Professor emeritus, DLA program, Art department, University of Pécs

"Idea-scope" basalt, stainless steel, 65 x 38 x 28 cm 2001

"General quadrat dilemma"
granit, stainless steel, 35 x 28 x 18 cm, 2001

TheTamás Baráz works of sculpture with their strength of  importance , weight in mentality branches, and execution with extremely high degree of fastidiousness in realization are certifying the survival of traditional values, and that the traditional frameworks and forms even today create the chance of authentic creation if the artist’s voice is thoughtful and credible, and if its devices are resourceful.

Tibor Wehner / arthistorian

"Queen of the seven arts"       granit,      2007       58 x 48 x 10 cm.

… whether it is traditional methods or modern technology, the finished work itself is always accurate and embodies perfection in the sphere of ideas, where two plane  must fit at  a hundred of a millimeter, where the limit of deviation of the right angle to the measured must be less then two microns, and where the running of edges and the placement of the holes in the sculptural concept so vividly reflects the maximum precision achieved in mathematics and where geometry controls aspects.

Tibor Wehner / arthistorian