1973 - 1977 - "Nicolae Grigorescu" Fine arts Institute, Sculpture Department, Bucharest, Romania.
Member of The Romanian Fine Arts Union
1998 - Community Home Hall, Slobozia, Romania;
- Very Small Theatre, Bucharest, Romania;
2013 - ?, Volos, Greece.
Since 1977 he participated to municipal and republican exhibitions, to biennials and triennials organised by the Romanian Fine Arts Union.
1977 - Măgura Buzăului, Buzău, Romania; artwork: Shape and Movement - Slide, stone, 296 x 300 x 156 cm;
- Câmpulung Moldovenesc, Romania; artwork: Honour to Olympics, stone, 400 x 250 x 110 cm;
1988 - Oarba de Mureș, Romania; artwork: Ode to The Organ, stone, 300 x 200 x 500 cm;
2003 - Manasia, Urziceni, Romania; artwork: The Family, wood, 400 x 200 x 180 cm;
2004 - Pitești, Romania; artwork: The Rebirth of the Sphere, marble, 160 x 80 x 80 cm;
2009 - Auronzo di Cadore, Italy; artwork: Dance, wood, 170 x 90 x 65 cm;
- Miroși, Argeș, Romania; artwork: The Emblem of Brancoveanu Family, marble, 350 x 190 x 172 cm;
2010 - Borkel en Schaft, The Netherlands; artwork: The Turkey, Belgium blue stone (granite), 60 x 40 x 18 cm; Angelfish, Belgium blue stone (granite), 53 x 16 x 31 cm;
2012 - Auronzo di Cadore, Misurina, Italy; artwork: The Flying Eagle, pine wood, 240 x 160 x 60 cm.
1990 - The Monument of School Officers Who Died for Their Cause, artificial stone and bronze elements, 650 x 320 x 75 cm, Făgăraș, Romania;
1991 - General H. M. Berthelot (bust), bronze, 120 x 80 x 54 cm, Mărășești Museum Complex, Romania;
1992 - General Constantin Cristescu (bust), bronze, 115 x 75 x 50 cm, Mărășești Museum Complex, Romania;
1993 - General Ion Dragalina (bust), bronze, 120 x 80 x 50 cm, Mărășești Museum Complex, Romania;
1994 - The Monument of School Noncommissioned Officers Who Died for Their Cause at Pauliș, bronze, marble and riverstone, 240 x 500 x 600 cm, Lipova, Romania;
1995 - Mihai Eminescu (bust), gypsum plaster, 120 x 70 x 53 cm, Moldavian Writers' Union, Chișinău, Republic of Moldova;
- The Monument of Romanian Troopers, artificial stone and bronze, 1280 x 400 x 550 cm, "Al. I. Cuza" Academy, Pitești, Romania;
1996 - General Șova (bust), bronze, 140 x 100 x 100 cm, The Military Center from Dej, Romania;
- Gusher Fountain, stainless steel, 400 x 300 x 300 cm, The Military Center from Dej, Romania;
- Gushing Fountain, marble, 1400 x 380 x 70 cm, The Military Center from Dej, Romania.
Artworks in private collections in France, Turkey, Italy, Germany, Greece.
Fundația Culturală META (META Cultural Foundation), Un secol de sculptură românească. Dicționar A - D (A Century of Romanian Sculpture. Dictionary A - D), Colecția SINTEZE (SYNTHESIS Collection), Editura META (META Publishing House), 2001, p. 138.