Was born in Moscow in 1950. In 1975 she received her Masters degree from the Leningrad State Academy of Arts. From 1974 to 1976, she participated in several nonconformist art shows in Moscow and in Leningrad. In 1976, she was permitted to emigrate to Israel. The same year her works became part of a traveling exhibition "Twelve from the Soviet Underground". The exhibition toured the United States extensively for more than two years with major shows held at the Judah L. Magnes Museum, Berkeley, at the Hebrew Union College Skirball Museum, Los Angeles and at the Bnei Brith Klutznick Museum, Washington, D.C.. Meanwhile, she has explored different aspects of an artistic expression, working as a stage and costume designer for the Jerusalem University Student Theatre and showing her works in Israeli galleries. From 1978 till 1984 she lived in Los Angeles and was actively pursuing her artistic career by working for future shows. Her following major ones exhibitions were retrospective in the Museum of Jewish History in Philadelphia and solo show in Skirball Museum in Los Angeles. Since 1984, she has been living and working in Jerusalem. For a long period, till 2006, she didn´t exhibit her paintings, looking for a new artistic language. She returned to exhibition activity in Jerusalems House of Quality Hall with her painting and amazing water-colours.