Layla Dagher is born in Beirut, Lebanon. Studied at ALBA (Lebanese academy of fine arts) and earned her diploma in Visual Arts with honors degree. She teaches Fine Arts in several universities. She participated in many international and local exhibitions, individuals and collectives, biennale and Salons, including Salon d’Automne Sursock Museum 1994 , Salon d’Automne Paris 2020 and Metropolitan Museum of Art Tokyo 2021. Her paintings are part of the collections of the Lebanese Ministry of culture. She is a member of Syndicate of Lebanese artists. Her more recent works considers the relationship between cities and humans. Cities are a product of continuous interaction between individuals and physical environment. Cities define us, shape our outlook, our life style. Through figurative, expressionist and abstract forms, she uses various mediums and vibrant colors to combine cityscape, figures and still life.