Born in Warsaw, where she studied at the Academy of Fine Arts, defending her diploma in 2009 from the painting studio of prof. Leon Tarasewicz and the art studio in public space of prof. Mirosław Duchowski. She is the author of many paintings and installations presented in the public space of the city.
In January 2010, Cyryło won a competition organized by the A19 Gallery operating at the Marymont metro station in Warsaw. The large-format mural called "God's Lambs" that was shown there brought notoriety to the artist. In November of the same year, Curyło received the Grand Prix of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage and the BWA City Gallery in Bydgoszcz during PROMOTION 2010 at the Art Gallery in Legnica. In May 2011, she was nominated for the prestigious 10th Geppert Competition. In 2012 and 2016 the artist received a scholarship from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.