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.