Luminita Gliga is a remarkable Brasov painter whose medals earned for her creations brought Romania among the native countries of genius authors. She graduated the National University of Arts Bucharest, Faculty of Fine Arts, the Department of Painting (teacher Ilfoveanu Sorin class) to become in 2008 Doctor of Visual Arts at the National University of Arts Bucharest.
The art critic Corneliu Antim remarked the unconstrained manner of painting of Luminita Gliga, who paints almost anything, from icons to postimpresionist landscapes and portraits to abstract composition: "Most of the paintings worked with brilliant acrylic colours propose a seemingly abstract speech, in which the very developed gesture expression seems to release the chromatic impression in a visual absorbing and challenging spectacle, matching the artist?s humor and optical sensitivity"
With a very large number of personal exhibitions in Romania and abroad, the numerous awards and distinctions she has been granted so far, the artist asserts as an accomplished personality.
Back to Nature
Art critic George Vida observe that Luminita Gliga firmly orients without hesitations in a real labyrinth of confluences, always uncompromisingly returning to the nature, where she extracts chromatic relationships appropriated to her way to read a multiform reality.
All critics agreed that Luminita?s artistic future is anticipated by lastingly and reliable chromatic signs.
Medals and Prizes
Luminita?s medals and diplomas collection equals her paintings portfolio. The artist has been awarded mostly in France (Cannes ? 2008, 2006, 2005, 2004; Marseilles ? 2003; Paris - ?Diplome et Medaille de Vermeil?, Societe Academique ?Arts-Sciences- Lettres? 2006). Numerous prestigious institutions of Brasov, such as Transylvania University, and Romania ? The Forum for the New Europe ? conferred her excellence diplomas and titles for her talent and gifts. Many of her works are in private collections and institutions in Austria, Germany, Italy, USA, Denmark, France, Eire, Canada and Romania.