1983 graduated from Middle East Technical University Faculty of Education. 1983-2007 she worked as a science teacher at the Ankara College (TED).
Her passion for painting began in the childhood and continued in the high school-college/university years with charcoal portrait, 1995 continuous education in drawing at AKM, then with Nüzhet İslimyeli, Sabri Akca, Orhan Gürel and Cezmi Orhan workshops.
After many years in all painting techniques, she focused extensively on watercolor techniques. She studied a large number of written and visual material related to the arts, visiting exhibitions and museums in the country and abroad and doing research.
The watercolor techniques with its in a fast, free, colorist working and the topic on women and music is the central issue of her painting. She considers art as a mean to stand against the destruction of the nature and of the beauty of human relationships. She believes, that art can provide love, equality, and freedom. She defines art as the melting point of emotions, reason and human values and must be "irregular with rules".
The book Meteksan contains 12 paintings.
1999 Bayraktar won the achievement award of the Art gallery Fedon Award She is member of BRHD (United Painters and Sculptors Association) and is a member of Watercolor Painters Group.
Her paintings are in national and international collections Se is working in his own studio.
In my paintings, I use acrylic and watercolor techniques . Initially I form COLOR marks and LINES freely and spontaneously. It is the figurative abstract whose subject is women. Then patterns of lace and leaves are added.
The women in my paintings are nurtured with music, art,love, inviting the sharing of beauty, recovering the world,
they may be sad but strong and independent women...
Women who live with the healing power of art...
I think I tell my dreams, my longings, my love and my passion for art, wanting to sing songs and also the diffuculties in life through these women .
And the contrasts in life are like in paintings... black and white... of course sometimes grey...
Lace and multi-storied buildings in my works express the contradictions of life.The lace may represent the positive concepts such as love, beauty and freedom. The buildings represent the exact opposite.
Love, freedom, equality, justice, simplicity, sincerity and other nice values can have more meaning and can increase through the medium of art. If we understand our similar feelings, if we respect our different ideas, if we develop ourselves to reach a common solution, then we can sing COLORFUL SONGS all together in a world where everyone shares this beauty.