Gautier was born in Normandy, France.
Influenced by contemporary Expressionist artists like R. Motherwell, A. Gorky, Franz Kline, J. Pollock or Pierre Soulages, Gautier’s prolific work has a distinctive style that employs striking colors. Provocative, bold, poetic, and gestural, her art reflects dedication to honesty, spontaneity and beauty.
In 1999 Gautier moved her family to Milton, where she now has her home studio and gallery.
Gautier’s formal training at l’Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris established the base for discovery and self-teaching. Her travels across the globe have shaped the artist’s inspiration in multitude ways. Africa has developed her love for high pigmented paint and earthy colors. Asia has reinforced her minimalist inclination. Her rich French artistic heritage is the perfect background for her freedom of expression.
Gautier’s paintings have been featured in National art shows, TV series, HGTV show, international exhibits, Marietta-Cobb Museum and acquired by corporate offices, Public spaces and residential homes across the States as well as Europe.
Gautier believes in supporting her community donating countless paintings and time to local organizations and charities mostly aiming to help children and women causes.
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