My imagination developed through a full analyzes of textures of different objects arround me, because every object has it's artistic properties. When I paint I start with the a shapeless ideea and it takes form around it, instant thoughts, for me the colors and shapes represent statements capable to redefine a concept which results to be the name of the painting. Every piece I make has at it's origins in a main concept which is the absolute truth, I take in consideration generality not the individuality.
Before I start painting it's the quiet before the thunderstorm!"
2011 - “George Tutoveanu” Culture house, Barlad
2011-2012 - House of the Didactic Division, Vaslui
2012 - "N.N. Tonitza" Art Galleries, Bârlad
2014-The County Museum "Stefan cel Mare", Vaslui
2014-2015-World Bank Art Galleries, Bucharest
2016 - "Cupola" Art Galleries, Iasi
2018 - "Th.Pallady" Art Galleries, Iasi
2019/2020 - "N.N. Tonitza" Art Galleries, Bârlad
I was born in Barlad on 11'th of august 1987.
2014 - Member of the Artists Union of Romania ( RAAA ) Iasi Branch , Department of Painting
2011 - Masters Degree in Painting Department of the University of Arts " George Enescu" Iasi
2009 - Graduated from the University of Arts "George Enescu" Iasi, Painting Department of the Faculty of Fine Arts
2008 - "Erasmus" scholarship in Bilbao, Spain at Universidad del Pais Vasco
2006 - Graduated from the Pedagogical High School "Alexandru Vlahuta " Barlad
2006 - Certificate of qualified artistic technician
I use an Impressionist chromatic which
means I work black free, because if blackis not
properly controlled it can deteriorate the whole
piece, I prefer to use the worm - cold contrast
and some colorfull greys.
My favourite Abstract painter isWassily
Kandinsky from which I learned the composition
and how to distribute the items on the canvas,
colors and shapes, in thesearch of the equilibrium;
from Malevich I learned the supremacy of
shape inside it's simplicity and purity; from Picasso I learned how to deconstruct the reality into a string of shapes, the interpretation and style. At Surrealism I prefer Joan Miro, however I do apreciate the work of later artists such as Ion Alin Gheorghiu which died in 2001 and my favorite contemporary artist is Adrian Ghenie.
"Every canvas has it's own destiny, I just clarify it because I know in another time and space dimension it is finite!"
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