Noelia Gómez Pellejero was born in Zaragoza in 1977. She began her training in drawing at the age of 6 at the hands of Belén La Justicia, a painter from her city with whom she spent nine years studying.
Later Noelia attended two years at the Belén Tapia Professional Academy of Fine Arts, also in Zaragoza. At 18 she started working in the fashion world where she stayed for 20 years until, four years ago, she decided to stop to devote herself entirely to painting. Today Noelia combines the teaching of drawing and painting in her highest NoesElla art academy with the creation of works. Her first exhibition was held in 2021 in Paris and she hopes it will be the first of many others.
“My passion is to represent free women, far from stereotypes and social conventions. Apart from black and white, the colors that are always present in my paintings are pink and purple. Both have great significance to me: pink is the color society attributed to female sex along with other stereotypical qualities. Purple is the color that represents the struggle for gender equality.”