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    Back to nature [Mixt]

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    Time boat [stoneware with glazes]

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    Memory Drop [Raku]

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    work title [stoneware with glazes]

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    In the window [Raku]

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    Work title [Enamel art]

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    Boxes [porcelain]

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    Crab casket [Glazed clay]

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  • Florian Andrei

    Great Grail [mixed technique]

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    Forms [Porcelan]

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    installation [stoneware]

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    Metamorfozis [Glazed clay]

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    Fairy Tales [ Glazed Clay]

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    Quo Vadis [Porcelain]

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    Terra incognita [Mixt]

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    Stairs [Raku]

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    Inner being [terracotta]

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    Human Recycle [Stoneware with porcelain]

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    Euro [Stoneware]

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    Samples of some plastic concepts [Poured faience]

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    Timetunels [Reku]

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Should I synthesise in a few paragraphs my artistic credo, my convictions regarding the artistic act, I believe that this territory surely has no fronteers, not only between the visual art fields, but between the visual arts and all the other artistic types: music, film, animation or the art of words - written or articulated by sounds.  

The opinion that a strict specialization guarantees a special and unique performance in a certain area, or that the arts of painting, sculpture or graphics cannot or may not step into each other’s territory or together into the space reserved to the decorative arts - ceramics, glass, metal, textiles or design – that opinion has been classified as a false one, finding arguments in the entire history of all the Arts of the 20th century. 
Paraphrasing the dictum "nothing that is human is alien to me" by "nothing that belongs to the arts’ field is not stopped or, in other words, alien for me, but on the contrary, I think I have said almost everything about me and my art conceptualization. Ceramics and glass, as my areas of soul - by graduation, thesis and my ongoing experience- have opened a lot of ways to interfere with all the other possible artistic fields such as painting, sculpture, drawing, graphics or installation and to all their possible and decent combinations.  To me, this is the only way of understanding art in its diversity, by conceptualization and application, as a perpetual and unitary mechanism that generates an esthetic emotion of great refinement – a rare feeling that must be roused more and more frequently to a world that seems to live a constant and unstoppable dissolution.
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Collage decorative panels
1997-1998
Details: 1997, First Lady and The King's Jester, portelain collaged on wood 55x55cm 
   Mr Icarus and Great Counselor, 60x60cm, 55x38cm 
   Mrs Icarus and Mr Doctor, 55x55cm, 55x38cm 
   Tiara or Winged, portelain collaged on bitumen 40x18cm 
   Torso and Knight statue, 55x38cm 
   Treasurer and Soothsayer , 55x38cm 
1998, Echo, portelain collaged on wood 125x50cm
Drinking fountain for Angels
1992
Details: Drinking fountain for Angels, colored fireclay 130x140 cm 
Drinking fountain for Angels detail 1 
Drinking fountain for Angels detail 2
Ceramic objects design
1998-2001
Details: 1988, Earth’s Eye 1, color porcelain mass 65x45cm 
   Earth’s Eye; Earth’s Eye 2; 
1989, Aroma vaporizer, portelain and iron plates 20x16cm 
1984, Functional and decorative cocktail set, glazed portelain 40x55cm 
   Functional and decorative cocktail set, decomposed 
1997, Container with lid, decorated porcelain 17x17cm 
2001, Seasoning set, portelain decorated with gold and platinum 25x12cm
Assemblies of light source
2006-2010
Details:
2006 , Watch, modeling and painted wood with light sources 160x120cm 

2010, Great Grail, 1 modeling and painted wood with light sources 160x90cm 
          Great Grail 2; Great Grail 3; Great Grail 4 
          Great Grail detail1; Great Grail detail2; Great Grail detail3; 
          Great Grail detail4; Great Grail detail5;
Glass
2008
Details: 1 Soul House, stained glass with light source 150x65cm 
2 Chrysalis, stained glass with light source 150x65cm 
3 Fetus, stained glass with light source 150x65cm
Small Sculpture
2004
Details: Basil, clay 6x8cm; Singer and Ascetic, clay 6x8cm; Choir 1 and Choir 2, porcelain and clay 20x8cm;
Stones
1999
Details: 1. Aristotle and The Escort, stone and wood veneer 5x5x21cm and 20x20x21cm 
2. The Great Adam, 5x5x18cm 
3. The Pyre and The Suspected, 15x15x21cm and 15x15x18cm 
4 The Guard and In Memoriam, 20x20x22cm and 20x20x40cm 
5 Moses and The Coronation, 10x10x18cm and 20x20x22cm 
6 Plato and The Orator, 5x5x18cm and 20x20x22cm