Born in 1981 in Ufa. From an early age, Aliya started taking art classes and later studied at the art college No. 64 (Painting on Wood department), Ufa Art College (Painting department), and Bashkir State Pedagogical University.

During her senior year at the Ufa Art College, Aliya became interested in abstractionism. According to herself, she was heavily influenced by artists of the older generation: Rafael Muratshin, Midat Mukhametov, Ayrat Teregulov, Rasikh Akhmetvaliev. “There is an abstract vision inherently present in Ufa artists. Even if there is something figurative in the subject of a painting, it often takes place in a certain abstract sphere,” says Aliya.

In 2007, the artist moved to Moscow. There, she studied at Free Workshops at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, took on designing jobs, and worked in mural painting.

In the mid-2010s, Aliya opened the PeakArt studio that designs public spaces and serves as a meeting point for artists from Bashkortostan (such as Alina Izmaylova, Alia Hansen, Shamil Shaaev, Oleg Shishkin, and others) and elsewhere.

Since 2007, she has been a member of the youth association Regional Department of the National Creative Social Organization Artists Union of Bashkortostan Republic.

Since 2008, she has been a member of the Artists Union of Russia.
Her works can be found in the State Bashkir Art Museum (Nesterov Museum) collection as well as in private collections.

Lives and works in Moscow.