She was taught by the great belgian sculptor, Jef Lambeaux, before starting presenting her work in 1914. Her works were varied, from the conventional ballet poses of that period to a marvellous work of a Valkyrie maiden on horse-back. She specialised herself in chryselephantine sculptures and produced a lot of women figures with a symbolist and orientalist inspiration. Even so, she produced a collection of dancers with an Art Deco style. However the style, her subjects are always full of grace.