Born in the artist's family (1939). She painted since childhood, studied at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Theory and History of Art (1964-1970).
Since the mid-1960s, she began working in an abstract manner, creating spontaneous intuitive compositions. She took part in the large number of exhibitions in Russia and abroad (Spain, France, Germany, Greece).
The artist leads a secluded lifestyle.
2003 Three Generations of Russian Female Artists, Salen Gallery, New York
2003 III International Biennale of Graphics, Novosibirsk
2002 40 Years of Nonconformism, Manege, Moscow
2002 Moscow Abstraction of the Second Half of the XX Century, State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow
2001 Abstraction in Russia. XX Century, State Russian Museum, Moscow
1988 Sothbey's Auction, Moscow
1975 Exhibition, pavilion "Beekeeping", VDNH, Moscow
1974 Bulldozer, Moscow
Bella Levikova's works are in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow), the State Russian Museum (St. Petersburg), the Simmerly Museum of Rutgers University (New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA), the Museum of Contemporary Art (Moscow), the Kolodzei Foundation (New Jersey, USA), the New Museum (St. Petersburg), in the collection of Zaripov (Moscow) and in other public and private collections.