Was born in Athens in a family in which there is a six-generation sculptural tradition.
Her grandfather, Panagiotis K. Theoxaris, and her father, Theoharis Theoharis, taught her not only the art of sculpture, but also the art of painting and the art of marble sculpture.
She studied fine arts in the Art School of Athens and has been awarded the Bachelor and Masters of Arts in Fine Art and Bachelor of Arts in Art History from the International Art Academy.
She has also gained great experience by working next to famous sculptors, such as Sakellarios, Kapandais, Papadimitriou, Paraskevopoulos and Armaos. At the same time she was taught the art of painting by Maria Nestou.
Finally, she has expanded her artistic knowledge by studying the violin, the piano and music theory.
She has participated in some exhibitions together with other artists and has been given the 1st Award in the 2011 INTERARTIA International Sculpture Competition and the 1st Award from the European Society of Scientists – Artists – Writers for a sculpture of hers back in 2008.
She has exhibited her own work nine times in several galleries.
Furthermore, she has created the original ancient and contemporary coins in relief and also dozens of medals, some of which were created for the Olympic Committee.
Apart from all these, she is occupied with the artistic part in the restoration of buildings.
A respective number of her works of art can be found not only in private collections in Greece and abroad, but also in public places, such as squares and cemeteries.
Since 2011, Thelxis Theohari is a professor at the International Art Academy.