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3 facts about Silvia Radu

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By Gwylym Owen

Silvia Elena Radu (born 30 June 1935 in Pătroaia-Vale) is a Romanian sculptor, potter, and painter.

She graduated in 1960 from the Bucharest Academy of Fine Arts in the class of Professor Ioan Lucian Murnu, who was also a educational of her husband, the sculptor Vasile Gorduz.

She is the author of monumental works in public spaces in Romania and of sculptures which can be found in public and private collections.

Art in public spaces: 1965 – “Legend of Master Manole” Herăstrău Park, Bucharest; 1986 – “Heroes memorial statue” Potlogeni; 1969 – “Environmental sculpture” Costinești; 1971 – “Neptune” marble sculpture, Neptun; 1994 – The “Saint George” bronze sculpture, St George Square, Timișoara.

Awards 1968 – the 2nd prize for sculpture of the Union of Artists, 1974 – the 2nd prize for monumental art; 1999 – Memory and Project Exhibition Award; 2003 – “Prometheus Opera Omnia” Award of the Anonymous Foundation, together bearing in mind Vasile Gorduz.

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