Nadia Auleta was born in Lavagna (Genoa) and graduated from the State Institute of Art in Chiavari (GE).
After a past as a technical designer and furnishings, she embarked on her artistic career embracing the watercolour technique, then finding her best creative expression through the Gyotaku technique, an ancient Japanese art dating back to 1800, of reproduction of fish on rice paper expanding it and reinterpreting it later, using other support materials such as fabrics and wood.
She lives and works in Sestri Levante (GE) where she finds inspiration for her art which is focused and intrinsically connected with the marine environment. Her works are visible inside the Ateliers in Camogli on the Porticciolo (Golfo Paradiso - Genoa) and Casarza Ligure. They are found in private collections in London, Paris, Switzerland, Germany, and Los Angeles and in prestigious clubs of the Ligurian Riviera.
Her particular technique aroused the attention of Rai 3, one of the leading Italian TV channel. It was the subject of a national television interview where she performed her traditional art methodology.
She had a personal exhibition in March 2022 at the Galata Museo del Mare in Genoa. She was a guest artist at the Japan Festival in Spotorno and the prestigious Japanese Festival in Florence.