An ambivalent work, oscillating between figurative and non-figurative. The special order (bust of Simion Bărnuţiu in Bocşa or the Alba Iulia relief of Mihai Viteazul uniting the three Romanian countries) beneficiates from conventional formulations. In the case of the non-figurative compositions the wood remains his favourite matter because of its expressive potential. In case of some exhibitions he also makes stone versions.
(Alba Iulia, 1941)
1965 - „Nicolae Grigorescu” Institute of Plastic Arts, Bucharest.
1976 - 2006 - professor of sculpture at the Universidad Andrés Bello, Chile.
1971 – Apollo Gallery, Bucharest;
1974 - Accademia di Romania, Rome, Italy;
1978 - Hanul cu tei, Bucharest (with Napoleon Tiron).
1966 - Biennale of sculpture and painting, Bucharest;
1973 - Hypostases, ambient, landscapes, monumental art, New Gallery, Bucharest;
1974 – Art and energy, New Gallery, Bucharest;
1975 - Plastik und Blumen, Berlin, Germany.
1966 - Simion Bărnuţiu (stone), Romanian Bocșa, Caraș-Severin;
1969 - Al. Papiu-Ilarian (bronze), Dej, Cluj;
1969 - Timotei Cipariu (stone), Blaj, Alba;
1971 - Mihai Eminescu, Octavian Goga (bronze), Cluj-Napoca;
1975 - Mihai Viteazul (receiving homage for the Three Romanian Countries), Alba Iulia.
1971 - Couple, Măgura, Buzău
1974 - Conflict, Măgura, Buzău.
- National Museum of Contemporary Art, Bucharest.
1976 – Prize by the Plastic Artists Union for sculpture;
1982 – Prize by Romanian Academy of sculpture.
Barbosa, Octavian, Dicţionarul artiştilor români contemporani, Editura Meridiane, Bucureşti, 1976.
Vlasiu, Ioana (coord.), Dicționarul sculptorilor din România. Secolele XIX-XX, vol. I, lit. A-G, Editura Academiei Române, București, 2011, pp. 214 - 215.