Isabelle Gautier was born in west of France. Strongly influenced by early and also contemporary expressionist painters, Gautier is known for her powerful and full of energy paintings. The process of experimenting, failing, learning, trying again, sharing, discussing, adjusting within her work is for her a way to put life under a magnifying glass.
After her college studies, art classes at Les Beaux-Arts in Paris and having two kids, Gautier moved to Atlanta in 1999.
Few years later, she began her professional career as expressionist contemporary artist and was soon represented by different galleries across the United States. Her work has been featured in TV series, National Art Shows, 2013 HGTV Smart Home, Neiman Marcus, Marietta/Cobb Museum
She has now lived long enough in the Southeast that her love for flowers has become a passion. Deeply embedded in her French culture her passion for minimalism keep her rooted. From either expression, non-objective, floral or minimalist emanates a strong energy.
Most of her collectors are in The United States or Europe. Atlanta Fine Home Sotheby’s International Realty, The City of Milton (GA) new City Hall , Embassy Suites Downtown Greenville, SC and Kennedy-Douglas Center in Florence (AL), Commune of the Mont-Saint-Michel City Hall are just few of them.
Gautier is proud to be able to support her community donating countless paintings or time to local organizations and charities mostly aiming to help children and women causes.