Born in July 1958, Nerina earned her degree as a teacher of Drawing and Painting at the National School of Fine Arts Prilidiano Pueyrredón. She also studied letters at the University of Buenos Aires.
For seventeen years he lived in Europe (three in Udine and Conegliano, Italy and fourteen in Barcelona, Spain), during which, in collaboration with the architect and painter Jorge Bellini, she dedicated himself to the production of decorative paintings and murals "trompetotojo" . These works are usually done on walls or wood, and seek to deceive the viewer from the perspective.
In 2006, she returned to Argentina and recently focused her work on illustration and graphic design, as well as writing stories for children that she herself illustrates.