Non-figurative compositions that are part of the large palette of Romanian abstractionism, with its allusion at folklore, technology and symbol. An austere and minimalist rhetoric, not lacking dynamism. He prefers wood on which he intervenes with colour.
(Hăuceşti, Bihor, 1958)
1983 - 1987 - „Nicolae Grigorescu” Institute of Plastic Arts, with professors Paul Vasilescu and Horea Flămându, Bucharest.
1988 – Republican grant for sculpture by the Plastic Artists Union;
1995 – Professor of sculpture at the Faculty of Plastic Arts in Oradea;
1996 - 2005 – sculptor for the Ministry of Defence.
since 1990 – Member of the Plastic Artists Union in Romania
1990 - 2010 - Rosaries, 12 solo exhibitions of sculpture at Oradea and Bucharest;.
1991 – Orizont Gallery, Bucharest;
1999 – Simeza Gallery, Bucharest;
2010 - Rosaries, Sf. Iosif Cathedral, Bucharest;
2010 - 2011 - Welcoming „The light of the world”, Veroniki Art Gallery, Bucharest;
2012 - Workshop, Simeza Gallery, Bucharest;
2013 - Boema 33, Bucharest.
1990 - Vienna, Austria.
1990 - 2011 - over 40 exhibitions at the national salons and various group exhibitions.
1987 - 1992, 1998, 2002 – symposia at Săliște, Sighetul Marmației, Ineu, Oarba de Mureș, Soveja, Alba Iulia, Întorsura Buzăului, Brebu;
1999 - Lausanne, Switzerland.
- General Eremia Grigorescu, Brăila.
1987 – Prize of magazines „Viața studențească” and „Amfiteatru”;
1988 – Republican grant of the Plastic Artists Union in Romania, sculpture department .
Saur, Saur Allegemaine Kunstlerlexikon. Die Bildenden Kunstler aller Zeiten un Volker, 50, K.G. Saur Munchen-Leipzig, 2006.
Vlasiu, Ioana (coord.), Dicționarul sculptorilor din România. Secolele XIX-XX, vol. I, lit. A-G, Editura Academiei Române, București, 2011, pp. 225 - 226.