- She graduated at the National Art University in Bucharest (main course – painting) and since 2008 she is Ph.D in The Visual Arts. She is a member of the Romanian Artists Union (U.A.P. Bucharest) and The International Association of Art since 2003 and since 2008 she is correspondent member of the American Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences (ARA).
Luminita has had over thirty one-man shows since 1997 in Romania – at the Art Museum Brasov; Simeza Gallery, The Sutu Palace, Gold Art Gallery, The BRD-Societe Generale Bucharest; The Cultural Center ‘Arcus’ Covasna; The Art Museum Pitesti; France – ‘Saint Exupery’ MarignaneMarseille; Canada – ‘InterPallas’ Montreal and over fourty group exhibitions, art festivals and fairs in USA: 2009- Ico Gallery, New York; France: 2003-2009 - “M.C.A.” Cannes; 2004,2007 - Thuillier Gallery, Paris; Switzerland: 2010 – Puls 5, Zurich; Japan: 2004 - Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space Exhibition Gallery.
There are three personal art catalogues with her art creations; she appears in “Hubners Who’s Who”, Zurich, Switzerland,2009. Luminita Gliga works in a variety of mediums but acrylic is dominant.
She had received several awards for her work: in 2009 – Diplome Officiel “M.C.A.” and The Gold Medal, Cannes, France; 2008,2007 - Diplome Officiel M.C.A. and The Silver Medal, Cannes, France; 2006 - Diplome de Medaille de Vermeil, Societe Academique "Arts-Sciences-Lettres", Paris, France; 2005,2004 - ‘Diplome Officiel ‘M.C.A.’ ‘ and The Bronze Medal , Cannes, France; 2003 – ‘Scholarship for performance in arts’,The Foundation for Regional Development’Transilvania’, Brasov …
Her work is in many private collections in many countries.
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