She studied at the Manuel Belgrano School of Design and Visual Arts (currently Lyceum A. Fuestens del Arco.)
Since the beginning of her career, she has participated in annual national and provincial exhibitions in which she obtained numerous and important awards in places such as Esperanza, Santo Tomé, Paraná and Santa Fe.
At the end of the 70's, she settled in Mexico City. There, she was definitively forged as an artist. She has participated in numerous collective and individual exhibitions in Mexico, where currently lives, as well as in Argentina and the United States.
Her work is part of private collections in Mexico, Argentina, Belgium, England, France, Japan and the United States. It is worth mentioning that, as an illustrator, she has worked for the publishing houses Castillo and Pearson Educación and that she also produced pedagogical materials for the native peoples of the National Institute for Adult Education (INEA), which depends on the Mexican government.