In 1954, she graduated from the Lithuanian Institute of Fine Arts where she studied with Balčikonis J. Sofia Veiverytė. In 1954–1962, she worked in a factory in Kaunas, in 1962–1985 at the P. Ziberto silk factory in Kaunas, and in 1985–1990 Restoration Trust for Culture in Vilnius. In 1972–1978, she taught at the Art Institute of Kaunas, Lithuanian Department of the west.
She created more than 250 multi-purpose fabrics. The first in Lithuania to create a new composition of silk fabrics, they are characterized by rhythmic harmony of subtle colors.
Her work has been acquired by museums in Vilnius and Kaunas, P.M. Tretjakovo Gallery in Moscow.
- Silk jacquard wallpaper A. Pushkin State Museum, Vilnius, 1986
- Silk jacquard wallpaper T. Shevchenko Museum, Kiev, 1987
- Silky fabric Verkiai House Ladies room wallpaper, 1987
- Silky fabric wall hangings Writers' Union, 1988
- Portjeriniai jacquard fabrics Trakai Palace Vokes, 1987
- "Rūta Jokubonienė ", Lithuanian Wikipedia
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