She works numerous orders for public monument galleries focused on illustrating the heroic figures of Romanian culture. She executes monumental decorations for hotel complexes (Mangalia). She oscillates between the formal real and expressive treatment which she assimilates from Medrea and the line purification which frees the material texture. In the Romanian folklore inspired compositions, she gives the impression of a somehow abstract and archaic sobriety. She also makes ceramic compositions.

Mica Gherghescu





    Solo exhibitions:
    1961, 1963, 1968, 1975 - Slatina, Olt;
    1962, 1967, 1971 - Bucharest;
    1967 - Craiova, Dolj;
    1968 - Oradea (Bihor) and Cluj-Napoca.

    Group exhibitions *:
    1964, 1965, 1967, 1968 - Faenza, Italy;
    1965 - Geneva (Switzerland), Moscow (Russia) and Riga (Latvia);
    1967 - Istanbul, Turkey;
    1968 - Florence, Italy;
    1970 - Vienna (Austria) and Warsaw (Poland);
    1971 - Düsseldorf, Germany.

    Camps sculpture
    1976 - Head (Stone), Magura Buzau
    1977 - Spring (wood), Arcus, Covasna.

    1968 - Peasant Woman in Oboga;
    1975 - Eminescu Bălcescu Tudor Vladimirescu, Michael the Brave, Decebal, Iorga, Dr. Cornelia Longinus.

    Public Art:
    1977 - Corporal John Easter, Museum of the Romanian people's struggle for independence, Alley of Heroes, Giurgiu.

    * participates in many annual exhibitions of State.


    Barbosa, Octavian, Dicţionarul artiştilor români contemporani, Editura Meridiane, Bucureşti, 1976.
    Vlasiu, Ioana, Dicţionarul Sculptorilor din România. Secolele XIX-XX. Vol. II., Editura Academiei Române, Bucureşti, 2011, p.76.

    Florea, Vasile, Arta românească modernă şi contemporană, Editura Meridiane, Bucureşti, 1982.

    Teodora Kiţulescu, în: „Arta, nr. 3, 1972.