Her works are completely handmade without ever using any machinery.
She had exhibited her works in prestigious events for the promotion of contemporary textile art both in Italy and abroad.
"The structure of the Atturo is not that of the artist aimed at enhancing his own work, on the contrary there is no certainty in her, much less the conviction of having reached techniques and expressive levels of high value and meaning because the images, which are formed in her mind, place her in constant challenges with a time like ours which, as she writes, no longer belongs to the spirit and rhythms of the present.
She does not therefore immediately introduce us to grasp the cadenced rhythm of her needle, the slow construction of the work, but delicately accompanies us into hers inner world, into her rich heritage of ancient memories in which the tales of the female figures of his family who had known the “Punto Fano” and who bland with the tension of the fishing line that as a child with her father threw into the sea.
There is no nostalgia for the past in the artist, but a delicate re-enactment; she knows in fact that those distant gestures cannot return and so she lets the thread slip away silently between her fingers and it's the thread who moves with agility and safety almost to guide her, but not to block time with his passages, but to revive it with new accents. Her tension is aimed at seeking that gesture, that one gesture that makes embroidery become a noble art in which harmony is blended, has she writes again, between matter and abstraction of feeling. Her contamination of the "Punto Fano" with other techniques and embroidery stitches leads Atturo to innovative experiments that do not set definitive goals, rather they leave those who want to entrust them with glimpses of beauty that have never been achieved."