Bianca is a self-taught artist who was born in Romania and lives and creates in Los Angeles, California. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics, a Master of Science in Business Engineering, and a Doctorate Degree in International Economic Relations. Her creativity with art came to light 16 years ago when she started painting to relax, after work. Since the beginning of 2008, Bianca has participated in local and international exhibitions held in Europe. Her work hangs in several corporate locations throughout the world and in private collections in California, New York, Hawaii, Missouri, Israel, Romania and United Kingdom. Her artwork is featured in the international online publications Art UpCLOSE and Arts News. In 2015 and 2017 Bianca donated seventeen of her paintings to Stand Up to Cancer Foundation being instrumental in raising funds for the organization through auctions. In August 2017, the artwork "Fire" was awarded The Certificate of Excellence at The Circle Foundation of Arts contest held in Lyon, France. In October 2017, the same composition, "Fire" was published in We Contemporary: "The faces of contemporary art" Art Catalog which was launched by Musa International Art Space in Rome and Kiev. During the same month, the work "Japanese winter" was digitally shown at Carrousel du Louvre, Paris.British VOGUE and London LUX magazines selected a few of Bianca's compositions to publish them in their gallery page (British VOGUE: December 2017 - February 2018; London LUX: January 2018 - March 2018). At the end of 2017, Bianca was included as an artist in the Art in America Guide - 2017 Edition, and in ART UpCLOSE: A Survey of Contemporary Art - World Edition 2017. On March 2018, Bianca’s first interview as an artist will be published in the British magazine House of Coco.Bianca's future projects in 2018 include the participation of her artwork at New York Art Expo and at the Cannes Film Festival Fine Art Biennale, two exhibitions in London and a group exhibition at Amsterdam Whitney Gallery, in New York City. In addition, the artist is scheduled to have her first solo exhibition in The Lower East Side, in New York City, in 2020. Recently, Bianca became one of the nominees of the 2018 Palm Art Award which will take place in Germany in December. In May of this year, Bianca will also be awarded the Woman Art Award 2018, presented by the Musa International Art Space in Madrid, Spain.Bianca’s main goal is to paint for the public’s enjoyment and fascinate as many people and friends as possible, with her artistic creations.