She arrives in Argentina with her parents the same year she was born. She studies at the Escuelas de Bellas Artes Manuel Belgrano and Prilidiano Pueyrredón to continue her studies in 1956, at Kenneth Kemble’s atelier. She exhibits individually for the first time in 1960 at the Peuser Gallery. In 1961 takes part in the Arte Destructivo exhibition at the Lirolay Gallery. In 1962 she again exhibits at the Peuser Gallery and is awarded the Honorable Mention at the Premio Ver y Estimar; in 1963 she takes part in the Ver y Estimar award and is a finalist for the Premio Di Tella Award. She also exhibits at Arte Argentino Actual, held at Museo de Arte Moderno in Paris. She quits painting in 1963 and moves to Mexico.