Nélida Buratti was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on January 13, 1963, and she has been active as a visual artist since 1980. She graduated from the Prilidiano Pueyrredón National School of Fine Arts, where she obtained her degree as a National Professor in Drawing, Painting, Engraving and Sculpture. She completed her training in Enrique Gaimari, Leo Vinci and Jorge Gamarra´s workshops.

In the words of art critic Fermín Fèvre, “Her sculpture pieces, executed in wood or marble, always allude to the female body. In some cases, this allusion is rather analytical and expressive. In others, there is a greater synthesis dominated by an inner vision, a feeling associated to her self-fulfillment.”

 She executed the Altar for the Chapel of the Brothers of the Sacred Family, Monument to fallen Soldier Julio R. Cao and Fallen Soldier José Alberto Tulis. 
Federation of Malvinas War Veterans Trophy-Sculpture, presented to Dr. Carlos Saúl Menem and Dr. Fernado de la Rua, (then President of Argentina).

Since 1998, her work has been included in the book (BOOKS??)  Contemporary Visual Artists of Argentina. Transcendent Argentine Art. Argentine Art of the 21st Century.
1986 to the present – Creative Designer for the Art Department of the firm “Centro de Diseño Publicitario”, leader in the field of cosmetics (Lancôme, Helena Rubinstein, L´Oreal, etc.). Stands and elements for point-of-sale advertising.Since 2001, she has been a free lance creative designer-advertiser in the field of cosmetics.