(Sărmaş, Harghita, 1964)
1989 - 1995 – Academy of Fine Arts, department of ceramics, glass, metal, professor Nicolae
Adrian Adam, Bucharest.
2002 – Gallery of Art Centre, Bucharest.
1994 – Simeza Gallery, Bucharest;
1995 – County Salon, Bucharest National Theatre, ¾ Gallery;
1998 – Gallery of the Cultural Centre, Bucharest;
1999 – County Salon, Dalles Hall, Bucharest;
2002 – International Fair of visual arts, Bucharest;
- ArtClub Gallery, Bucharest;
- County Salon, Apollo Gallery, Bucharest;
2003 – Sipka Gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria;
2004 – Galatea Gallery, Bucharest;
- Biennale of the Arts of fire, Apollo Gallery, Bucharest;
- Pavlikeni, Bulgaria;
2005 – Simeza Gallery, Bucharest;
- Veliko Târnovo;
2007 - Exhibition Form, colour, time, Apollo Gallery, Bucharest;
- Museum of Oaş Country, Negrești;
- Všeradice, Czech Republic;
- County Museum of Bucharest;
2011 – 12th Edition of the National Salon of Decorative Art, National Museum Cotroceni, Bucharest;
- National Biennale of Small Plastic The age of bronze, 2nd edition, Museum of Art, Cluj-Napoca.
1999 - Hojer (sculpture in wood), Denmark;
- Oddense (sculpture in wood), Denmark;
2000 - Budduso (sculpture in wood), Italy;
2002 - Troyan (Art Keramika), Bulgaria;
2003 - Reghin (sculpture in wood);
2004 - Pavlikeni (Art Rustika), Bulgaria;
- Bistra Mureşului (Symposium „Ion Vlasiu”);
2005 - Emen (sculpture in wood) Bulgaria.
1997 - 1998 - Malayesia, Johor Bahru – ceramics works for Austin Hill Hotel.
2002 – First prize for sculpture at the International Art Fair, Bucharest;
- Second prize for sculpture at the Salon of art, Bucharest;
2004 – Prize for sculpture in metal, Biennale of the Arts of fire, Bucharest.
Vlasiu, Ioana (coord.), Dicționarul sculptorilor din România. Secolele XIX-XX, vol. I, lit. A-G, Editura Academiei Române, București, 2011, pp. 159 - 160.