She graduated from the Secondary School of Applied Arts in Bechyně. During her studies at high school, she attended body drawing courses for the public at the Academy of Fine Arts and art-oriented courses and meetings organized at the Václav Pichl Art School in Bechyně. In school and courses she gained experience working with ceramic clay, the basics of art techniques, drawing, painting, sculpture and the basics of conceptual art. She worked as a spinner in ceramic distances, creating her own ceramics, leading ceramic rings. After school, he focuses mainly on painting and continues to do so in various intensities. It goes from the period of realistic painting to a more relaxed style. He finds inspiration in painting in Gothic panel painting, Renaissance, Flemish art, Impressionism, but also the surrealism of modern art of the 20th century and contemporary painting. .The first paintings made with the egg tempera technique were replaced by oil paints and acrylic paints. The handwriting of the painting gradually loosened, enriched by spontaneous energetic strokes and increased the format. layer of paint forms a rough to rough surface of the substrate. These hidden strokes are also recycled of the lower painting, the color tuning of which can complete the color of the upper layer of the emerging painting. or indeterminate. As his reaction to the world around him, full of unanswered questions, whether it is all existence as such or its laws. It depicts man, animals, nature and objects inspired by the closest events around them, in the paintings real places from home and travel appear. She likes it and also attracts the universality of some of the human experiences they go through in their lives, which connect them similarly to a common memory. For human figures, it captures their feelings and moods and relationships, and the important age classification and gestures are important expressions and attitudes or activities that represent more than their own form and character. Uncomposited groupings of objects left on tables after dining and outside them. For a while, the boundaries of time disappear and the mynuity overlaps
"Morning. They all left for daily duties. All that remained were abandoned plates, bowls, mugs, the rest of the bread - cutlery, a knife, an apple core. Still life ready to be caught on a canvas or to be cleaned in a sink and a basket. I like human footprints, fantastic landscapes on the morning kitchen table, landscapes of views from the windows. I constantly store everything that speaks to me in my memory and on my camera. I then choose from it according to need and mood. My characters on the screen live real life, but more is happening in their minds. I see in the abstraction the most freedom for the viewer, but for me such freedom is the most difficult thing I want to achieve gradually. My biggest wish is to paint a picture in one go. But I don't dare to do that yet."