After studying at the Fine Arts School in Toulouse, Frydman moved to Paris and met François Rouan and Pierre Buraglio. In 1967 and 1968 she made political paintings. In around 1972, she returned to abstract art with small-scale drawings using pencil and charcoal or chalk on paper.
She also made etchings and lithographs, alongside her painting.
Cartier Foundation in Paris, Regional Fund for Contemporary Art (Midi-Pyrenees), Museum of The Sainte-Croix Abbey in Poitiers