Ayşe Kiraz was born in Istanbul in 1963. She graduated from Cağaloğlu Vocational High School, Traditional Handicrafts Department. She attended to illumination training program opened by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism at Topkapı Palace and took classes from Semih Irteş, Mamure Öz, Serap Bostancı Tuluk, Arzu Uzunosman, Dürdane Ünver and Müjgan Başköylü. She won an award with her work “Hasbahçe” in the field of katı’ art in the 17th Turkish Decorative Arts Competition organized by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Kiraz also received first place, second place, third place and honorable mention in the competition named "7 Tepe 7 Art". Kiraz, who participated in a variety of group and personal exhibitions both at home and abroad, also participated in projects such as "The Face of Istanbul in 100 Works" and "Mehmet Akif Ersoy". She worked as an instructor at Gebze Municipality Vocational Training Courses and in the courses of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.