Born in Cesena, Italy in 1970. Despite her interest in arts and architecture, decided to take up a career in economics because of her family business and she graduated in Business Studies at Hull University, UK.
After a short time spent in France she went back to Italy and settled down in the countryside in Romagna, where she experimented various artistic expressions until 2007 when she got to ceramics as a self taught person. She deepened her knowledge of various techniques such as smoke ﬁring and porcelain in recent years.
In every phase of the artist’s research, her distinctive feature has been the constant presence of a multiplicity of related elements to represent a community and the relationship between its components: the distance or intimacy between people, the balance between the whole of humanity and the individual, the personal relationship within societies and communities, the juxtaposition between the fragility of each entity against the solidity of the whole as in a human society.
Granata’s works has been exhibited in many national and international venues and are part of private and pubblic collections in Italy and abroad.