Beti Vervega inherits the talent from her parents. Her father, a professional photographer, worked, together with artist's mother, in their own studio.

During primary school she gets very good marks at drawing and painting; she takes extra private art lessons.

During high school she is a good student at Romanian language; her compositions and essays enjoy a higher appreciation.

After graduation, she attends the courses of mural painting organized in Bucharest by the Romanian Patriarchy. Then, for three years, she paints in al fresco the inner walls and the iconostasis of the church from Bos (Hunedoara County).

In 1990 she becomes a student at the Luceafarul Academy of Arts, Painting Section. Prof. Teodor Moraru coordinates her six-year academic years.

During the student's holidays she travels through France and Germany; she is extremely interested in modern western art, so different from what Romania could exhibit at the beginning of the '90s.

In 1994 she participates in "Options," the group exhibition organized by the art critic Aurelia Mocanu at the ¾ Gallery of the National Theatre in Bucharest.

In the following years she participates in several group exhibitions.

In 1997 she varnishes "Fragments", her first solo exhibition opened at the Galla Gallery, in Bucharest.

In 1999 she and her family leave for Africa. The events change her life completely: from then on, her interest turns primarily to love and family, considered the most precious gifts God could offer her.

In 2006, together with other members, she founds the Art for Help Association, whose aim is to organize exhibitions along different charity projects.

In 2008 she launches her first painter's catalogue at "Step," the solo exhibition opened at the Brancovan Palaces Cultural Center from Mogosoaia.

She is married and has a child.

She enjoys writing and travelling, her latest hobbies being ecology and nutrition.