Sanda Iliescu

  • Selected Works

    Song for Sol, No. 1, 2002. Collage: acrylic and metal staples on paper, 40 x 26″

     

    Song for Sol, No. 3, 2002. Collage: acrylic and metal staples on paper, 40 x 26″

     

    Song for Sol, No. 4, 2002. Collage: acrylic and metal staples on paper, 40 x 26″

     

    Tree on the Island Si I, 2014. Oil crayon and thread and collage on paper, 20 x 20″

     

    Tree on the Island Si II, 2014. Oil crayon and thread and collage on paper, 20 x 20″

  • Previous Exhbitions

  • Statement

  • Biography

    Sanda Iliescu’s practice spans the media of painting, drawing, and collage. Outside the studio, she makes murals and installations, some with students at the University of Virginia, where she is Associate Professor of Art and Design.

    Born in Romania, Iliescu received her BSE in Civil Engineering and M.Arch in Architecture, both from Princeton University. Her professional awards include The Rome Prize, a McDowell fellowship in painting and The Distinguished Artist Award of the New Jersey State Council of the Arts. Scholarly writing on Iliescu’s artwork include essays by Carmen Bambach, Curator of Drawings and Prints at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and Paul Barolsky, Commonwealth Professor of Art History at the University of Virginia.