Aglaya was born in the town of Gus-Khrustalny (Vladimir region) in 1985.
She obtained her art education in “Studio 50a” where she was taught by notable masters and worked with such artists as Sergei Anufriev, Sergei Borisov, Inal Savchenkhov, German Vinogradov, Afrika (Sergei Bugaev).
Aglaya showed her works in “panic realism” style on the First Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art.
Her solo exhibition “Rodnaya rech” (Native speech) was held in 2005 in Moscow gallery “Tochka”.
In 2006 her works were exhibited in Bern, Zurich and Geneva. A series of her works named “Antiquity” were showcased during a Festival of Russian art in South Korea in 2006.
In 2007 Aglaya started series of works representing her attitude towards the problems of understanding of gender differentiation by teenagers. Her recent works refer to the art of early 20th century and in the meantime they give a fresh influence of modern art trends.
Member of the Artists' Union of Russia.
Her works belong to private collections of Russia, Switzerland, USA, Portugal, Singapore and Belgium. Two paintings were bought by the Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art. Aglaya took part in the international exhibition «Chaos – Cosmos» which took place in Bratislava in November, 2009 – April, 2010. She participated in the 1st International Art Salon dedicated to the anniversary of Russian Academy of Arts. In 2011 her work was used for a poster of permanent collection of the Moscow Museum of Contemporary Art.