Elaborated in direct connection to the natural ambient or the architectonic elements, the sculptural shapes make an effort to adapt to the space, though without breaking the expressive tensions that animate the inner being of the artist. The flux of expression carries, in some works, cultural echoes from the Antiquity (Athens’s vestiges) or from the Baroque (the cycle Drapes). Her interest in the patrimonial values is revealed in some researches and comparative studies, like those concerning the morphology of the wood art in Maramureş.
(Turnu Măgurele, 1947; since 1973 she moves to France)
1965 - 1971 - "Nicolae Grigorescu" Institute of Fine Arts, Bucharest;
1972 - Special School of Design, Köln;
1978 - Upper School of Fine Arts, Architecture Department, with professor Ion Lucian, and Robert Couturier, Paris.
*She wrote Les Maisons en Bois de Maramuresh. Comparaisons et Hypothèses, Paris, 1984.
1972 - Athens, Greece;
1974 - Paris, France;
- Huston, USA;
1985 - Geneva, Switzerland;
- Château de Vaux-le-Pénil, France.
1971 - Măgura, Buzău;
1972 - St. Wendel, Germany;
1980 - Carrara, Italy;
1982 - Plitvice, Croatia.
Fundația Culturală META, Un secol de sculptură românească. Dicționar A-D, Colecția SINTEZE, Editura META, 2001, p. 56.
Jianu, Ionel, Les Artists Roumains en Occident. Anthologie redigée par Ionel Jianou, Gabriela Carp, Ana Maria Covrig, Lionel Scanteye, American Romainan Academy of Arts ans Sciences, Paris, 1986.