studied painting at the University of Arizona, in the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris and at the Escuela de Diseno in Barcelona. She practices drawing and easel painting. Her works have been exhibited in Poland, Spain and the United States.
Monika Rossa about her paintings:
“I always thought that it is very safe to be an artist, because I don't have to talk; everything is there, on my paintings, there is no danger of me making a verbal mistake, and people putting a weight to this ‘faulty’word, waiting for further explanations. I paint people, in general, although occasionally I do landscapes and even few abstractions, just to get some “fresh air “ into my mind. I paint and draw people, because I’ve always been fascinated by the way people are. The way they think. The way they look. The way they act. What happens in their minds. How they interact with other people, or nature. How happy they can be. How lonely they are, very often, even surrounded by a crowd. “