Even as a child, she developed a special interest in works of fine art, especially for painting and graphics, through frequent visits to art museums and galleries.
Very soon, inspired by the autodidactic study of art-historical and art-theoretical literature, the first drawings were made. Later, she developed a special fondness for painting.
In order to further develop her autodidactically acquired skills, she is looking for profound, professional support through painting and drawing lessons for academically trained artists. With the development of her craft and creative abilities, she developed her own artistic handwriting and first exhibitions.
Her preference is to incorporate ubiquitous themes into her pictures and to combine them into allegorically ambiguous picture puzzles with humor. In her detailed, often surreal-like image language between dream and fantasy, strange portraits, sometimes grotesque phenomena, arise together with a mixture of flora and fauna. These works should arouse the interest of the viewer and animate him, with his own imagination, to decipher it.
A further important component of her work is still life, with its numerous facets up to the representation of rarities and curiosities. Apart from the fine art, an expressive approach to colors and structures also belongs to artistic expression. The image objects are partly reduced to prominent form elements and sometimes a resolution of the traditional perspectives takes place. More and more she combines these two techniques in order to expand her artistic expressive possibilities.