Along with the valuable artists of decorative art, there are remarkable names in the field of fine arts: Ioana Kassargian, Ion Irimescu, Ovidiu Maitec, Oscar Han and Paul Vasilescu, in the field of sculpture and the painter Brăduţ Covaliu, present in the museum heritage with a large number of works. painting and graphics.
The idea that contemporary Romanian art has its roots in the traditional art of our people is suggested by joining two distinct art universes: decorative art and folk art.
Thus, in the decorative art, representative are the panels of the artist Margareta Sterian, created by the collage technique, from materials with traditional folk motifs.
The idea of joining the vessels of popular tradition with the works of contemporary professional ceramic artists is also suggestive.
Other works of great artistic importance are those of the ceramist Eugenia Pasima and the tapestries signed by Pavel Codiţă.
The three-dimensional shapes created in the glass technique, placed at the level of the step, develop generous shapes with shining effects, with clear iridescence in the sun and refined transparencies.
They seem to exist somewhere between heaven and earth, between dream and reality.
The effect of brilliance and spectacle is taken over by the tapestries of the artist Ileana Teodorini Dan through the works Făt Frumos and Orfeu and Euridice.
The modern sculpture emphasizes the originality and authentic aspect of the Romanian art: Ovidiu Maitec - The suspended gate.
Silver jewelry and other alloys from the museum's heritage introduce the visiting public to the art of metalworking.