Isabelle Gautier was born and grew up in Normandy, France.
Working as a professional artist over the past fifteen years, she has paused long enough to raise her children. Isabelle Gautier moved to Milton, GA in 1999 with her husband and two sons where she lives and works today.
Her early artistic development was inspired by a love of nature, color and design. Influenced by the French impressionist artists of the 19th century, Gautier has a strong passion for 20th century expressionist painters as well.
Her extensive travels across all continents have left a lasting impression on her prolific oeuvre . Her work has a distinctive style that employs a rich balance of vibrant colors and neutrals, abstraction and representation, movement and calm that transitions beautifully from her landscapes and abstracts to her flower paintings.
Represented by different galleries within the United States, her artwork has also been featured in TV Shows “, Southern Appalachian National Show, 2013 HGTV Smart Home, Neiman Marcus Pop-up Gallery, Marietta/Cobb Museum and other fine arts galleries around the Southeast.
Most of Gautier's collectors are in The United States and Europe. Atlanta Fine Home Sotheby's International Realty, The City of Milton (GA) new City Hall and Kennedy-Douglas Center in Florence (AL) are just few of them.
Gautier is proud to support her community donating countless paintings or time to local organizations and charities mostly aiming to help children and women causes.