Lydia was born in Baku. Draws from early childhood. She lived in Azerbaijan, Israel, Russia and all this time she drew and learned to draw. In Azerbaijan, she entered the apprenticeship of a well-known artist there - Arif Aziz. Then she left for Siberia and entered an art school there. After graduating from school, she entered the Art College of Karatanov. Then she moved to Moscow, where she took drawing lessons from various private teachers. She painted in the classical style, but then, after stopping for several years, switched to a different style.
The new style in which she now paints is called "Cosmism" in Russia. In the paintings, the artist tries to convey her attitude and worldview, which includes the relationship in the universe of everything with everything, the unity of the Cosmos and humanity as a single organism. The purpose of the paintings is to convey the richness and beauty of that boundless and invisible spiritual life that surrounds and permeates each of the people.
The artist paints with tempera and oil, depending on what color and color saturation she wants to create. Sometimes she mixes both techniques. The artist prefers to paint on paper and canvas. And often canvases are glued to a rigid base such as hardboard or wood, since this method gives the picture a much greater strength and safety.
She was not actively involved in exhibition activities. She took part in collective exhibitions of cosmist artists at different times and in different places. Some of the artist's paintings are in the Nicholas Roerich Museum in Moscow (ICR). These paintings took part and are participating in exhibitions both in Moscow and throughout Russia.
The artist has also created covers and logos for the music albums of various bands. She also studied music and played in a music team.