As an artist, she has always been inspired by local Italian landscapes and the interaction within the community.
Her firm conviction about transforming art and her commitment to the environment led her to be part of a significant group of artists in Italy who created new figurative approaches to Informalism. As a result of this, Paola develops work with expression and character.
In the nineties she began a period in which she became interested in the urban landscape, reducing it to a chromatic range of greys, blues and ochres that constitute what has been called “spaces of solitude”.
In recent years her work has taken a turn towards the investigation of the static movement in painting, the crowd has become the reference to talk about the problem of painting and visual rhythm.