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M.F.A. in Fine Arts in Painting. University of South Dakota. 2001.
B.F.A. in Fine Arts -Licenta in Painting. Bucharest Academy of Fine Arts. Romania. 1996.
BASF – headquarters Floram Park NJ (pigments ,liquid metal in Art)
AkzoNobel -headquarters -Duluth Georgia – lightweight 3D art inovations
Toyo Ink – headqurters- Tokyo Japan -organic pigments in art
Reichold Chemical -headqurters– Triangle Park North Carolina
Neville Chemicals-headqurters Pittsburg Pensylvania- hydrocarbon resin in Art
Tronox -headqurters Oklahoma City OK – Titanium Dioxide in Art
IMTS Chicago – New Materials -Parallel between the Third Industrial Revolution ,Art and New emerging Materials and Technologies -McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois – September 2014
South Bend Museum of Art and Century Center – Sightlines June 2013- May -2015
Tactile Histories - Surplus Gallery -Southern University of Illinois --October 2013
The Artist Project 2008. .Art Chicago. April 2008.
Light and Texture. Anne Lloyd Gallery. Madden Center. Decatur, Illinois. June 2005.
Medieval Ruins. Thalia State Philharmonic. Sibiu, Romania. January 2005. (European Cultural Capital )
Introspection - The Landmark Center. St. Paul, Minnesota. October 2002.
Metaphysical Textures- Eppley Gallery, Morningside College. Sioux City, Iowa. September 2001.
Badlands Impressions- Oscar Howe Art Center. Mitchell, South Dakota. February, 2001.
Coincidentia Oppositorum- Washington Street Art Center. Vermillion, South Dakota. 2000.
Imago Mundi- Bede Art Gallery, Mount Marty College. Yankton, South Dakota. 1999.
Osuaria- Gallery Eforie. Bucharest, Romania. 1998.
Man 2000. Gallery Schuster, Swaben Center. Augsburg, Germany. 1995.
Graduate Student Research Grant, University of South Dakota- Grant for artifact research
Research in collaboration with BASF, Asbury Carbons, Reichold Chemicals (and many other)-
integration of new materials in art (From graphite to nanotubes-art and technology )-ongoing
Illinois artist crafts a 3-D printed, liquid-metal muscle car -MSN -Auto -Exhaust Notes by Clifford Atiyeh Oct 21, 2013
This is what a 3D-printed liquid metal Ford Torino looks like -Autoblog By Damon Lowney Oct 12th 2013
Have 3-D Printer; Make Your Own Car? ---- Boston.com December 2013
Ford-Torino-Skulptur - Spiegel -Germany – by Jurgen Pander October 29 -2013
Ioan Florea 3D Prints American Muscle in Metal - 3D Printer World by Todd Halterman October 22, 2013
How a Ford Torino became a liquid metal sculpture -Yahoo News – Justin Hyde – Octobe 11 2013
3D-Printed Metal Sculptures and the Search for Utopia – 3D Printing Industry -Michael Molitch-Hou -October 7, 2014
Stroke of Genius: Artist Dazzles with 3D-Printed Paintings- Yahoo news via LiveScience-Tanya Lewis- July 6-2013
3D Printing and Painting - Together At Last- Fabbaloo-Personal Manufacturing and 3D printing- July2 -2013
Richrath,Holly. Obsession leads to Inspiration. Peoria Journal Star. Peoria, IL. April 1, 2007.
Botezatu, Cristina. Primul roman laudat in 2007. Evenimentul Zilei Online. Bucharest, Romania. January 3, 2007.
Morrison, Lisa. Florea Shows Splashes of Color. Herald & Review. Decatur, IL. June 3, 2005.
Associated Press. Artist's Creativity Extends to Making His Own Paint. The Saint Louis Post Dispatch. St.Louis, MO. Jan., 2004.
Mannlein, Arlene. Master of the Mix, Herald & Review. Decatur, IL. January 6,2004.
McClure, Lynn. Local Artists at Work. Decatur Magazine. August/September, 2003.
Baum, Eliza. Romanian Artist Exhibits Locally. Volante. University Press. January 20, 2000.
Farris, Michael. Romanian Sees Art in Cow, Bison Bones.Sioux Falls Argus Leader. February 23, 2000.
Jills, Lelah. Of Alphabets and Alchemy. Yankton Press and Dakotan. November 6, 1999.
Avram, Horea. Ephemeral Ossuary. Exhibition Catalogue. Bucharest, Romania. June, 1998.
Zeitung, Aichacher. Der Mench 2000. Augsburger, Germany. January 6, 1995.
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