Born in Inner Mongolia, 1971. In 1984, she attended Weihai No.2 Middle School and studied portrait painting with Cong Jian Zi, who introduced her to a certain field of art. She graduated in 1995 from the Oil Painting Department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts. Her work "Autumn" won silver prize at the 1995 Annual Exhibition of Chinese Oil Paintings. Her works were also shown at the Shanghai Biennale and Contemporary Art Exhibition held in Beijing in 1996. In 1997, she joined "China Young Oil Painting" Exhibition in Beijing. In 1998, she joined "Century-Female Art Exhibition" and won a collector award. In 2000, she joined "Twentieth Century China Oil Painting Exhibition", "Youngs Series Exhibition". Beijing Evening News used "Six Main Courses in Grant Banquet of Centurial Oil Painting" as the title and commend her as the most representative painter in China. Taiwan magazine, CANS, used "From Li Tiefu to Xia Junna" as the slogan to summarize Xia's historic significance in inheriting from centurial oil painting. Her paintings are collected by private collectors at home and abroad in recent years.