was born in Turin and grew up surrounded by creativity and music.
At the Arts high school Renato Cottini in Turin, she attended moulding with Giuseppe Penone and figure with Luigi Mainolfi.
Due to considerable family commitments, Carlotta, temporarily, discontinued her artistic career.
As a symbol of beauty and elegance, her woman role stands out in fashion and television industry; for this reason, she does not use pencils anymore for almost 10 years.
In 1992, she moved to Vicenza and resumes her art attending Vincenzo Ursoleo atelier.
Since 1994, she taught painting techniques to people of all ages at the Creative Centre with Loretta Casey, but, she left soon to dedicate herself to motherhood.
However, Carlotta continued to paint landscapes, portraits and reproductions, experiencing different styles and materials and keeping on researching her own expressive dimension.
Participating to events and competitions, she put herself to test, to be inspired and to go beyond her limits.
She committed herself to make-up women faces as if they were paintings.
Artistic research follows Carlotta everywhere.
At least, in 2006, circumstances favoured a natural choice that was consolidated by her inner awareness: she enrolled at the the Academy of Art in Venice.
She was interested mostly in a closer examination of Painting, then, in 2012, graduated in Decoration.
Carlotta was enchanted by the ancient Egyptian sacredness art, bewitched by the purity of Japanese painting, abducted by the preciousness of Gustav Klimt.
Finally, her artistic task was completed.
She is an irrepressible researcher of the human soul in his solitary intimacy:
her refined study of colour, her exquisite attention to the quality of the materials and details combine to put the subject into surreal psychic atmospheres.
Her decoration through the female figure reveals all those state of being slight aspects, waiting for the right moment to emerge.
Every woman's face represents an universal mystery.
Engaged in the social defense of human and animal life against all forms of violence and injustice, Carlotta conveys her strong ethics in live performance.
Ranging from classicism, innovation and provocation, to the limits of contamination between art and design, her research keeps on evolving for a careful selection of materials.
She currently lives and works in Vicenza.