In 1961 I was born in Gdynia, Poland.
Between the years 1980 and 1985 I studied in the Faculty of Fine Art, Department of Conservation and Restoration of Works of Art of the Nicolaous Copernicus University in Torun, Poland.
In 1986 I received my M.A. degree and specialization in Conservation and Restoration of Paintings and Polychrome Sculptures.
In 1988 I moved to Athens with my daughter, where I still live. This big change in my life revived my need to find throughout all these years the perfect material as a means of artistic expression.
The constant search led me to the creation of my first handmade tapestries. In the meantime, I started my professional practice as a conservator by co-operating with private collectors. From the year 1999 up till now I am working as Adjunct in the Laboratories of Conservation of Icons, Canvas Paintings, Wooden Objects and Ceramic in the Department of Conservation of Antiquities and Works of Art, of the Technological Educational Institute of Athens.
In 2006 I received my Postgraduate Diploma in Museum Studies of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
My great love for clay was triggered in 2000 while attending seminars on the subject of glazing and hand building techniques at the studio of the ceramic artist Vera Siaterli.
The year 2001 was followed with more seminars on the subject of terra sigillata at the studio of the ceramic artist Nikos Sklavenitis. After that, my own personal work on form, texture and color of ceramic objects and small sculptures came along.
Since 2010, I attend seminars with the ceramic artist Caterina Tsimichodimou, where I continue to expand my possibilities of expressing through clay.
In 2011 and 2012 I participated in group exhibitions at the ‘’Sofia Laskaridou’’ Gallery in Athens.
The most important fact for me is that all my feelings and thoughts are expressed through my ceramic objects.