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Isabelle Gautier


Isabelle Gautier is a contemporary artist whose ouvre is a mélange of abstract
expressionism and minimalist modern paintings and sculptures.
Living in Paris in the late 1980's Gautier visits museums, galleries, meets artists and
discovers drawing and painting firsthand.
Her move to The United States in 1999 is decisive. It is in Atlanta, Georgia that she engages
with artistic communities, develops a network of galleries, and participates in different
exhibitions around the country.
Gautier rapidly affirms her passion for abstract expressionism and invites the observer to
participate in her large gestural paintings on both an intellectual and emotional level.
The artist makes her mark as one of the early abstract expressionist artists in the South. She
designs and installs large public and corporate art projects. Her paintings are selected by
Marietta Cobb Museum of Art and featured in international art shows.
Very prolific, the artist will later be inspired by Asian art and philosophy, immersing herself in
a more minimalistic world. Her paintings then evolve towards taschism and calligraffiti. Her
style becomes quite recognizable and receives high praise inside the Nashville art collectors
As an engaged artist, she is drawn to paint large portraits inspired by contemporary American
authors like Nobel Prize novelist Toni Morrison who provided the inspiration for Gautier's
painting "The Bluest Eye". "The Purple Child" was exhibited recently in Brooklyn, New York.
Today she has her studio in the south of France where she continues to create paintings and
sculptures, always experimenting with new mediums and techniques.




Sei Matsushita was born and raised in Japan. 

Her youth took place in an urban environment where the mass consumption was omnipresent.


Living in France since 15 years, she develops a singular aesthetic centered on the question of the animal and its becoming among humans. 

Without renouncing configuration, she works with several materials, including pigments, acrylic and Chinese ink.




Claudia De La Hoz was born in Colombia, then moved to France in the 90s and studied art history at the Sorbonne and interior design, where she learned drawing, coloring.​

Now Claudia De La Hoz has created her studio and continues to explore these wonderful worlds through her work linked to the artistic movement between abstract, expressionism and magic realism. 

She delves into subjects on the human quest for millennia with various types of acrylic, ink, oil pastel and watercolors as her main materials.





Originally from the North East of England, William is now based in Paris.

He uses mix of digital and analogue techniques to create snapshots of urban spaces.

Creating images primarily using alternative processes allows William to experiment with different aesthetics, making each print unique.

His monochromatic images bring a timeless air to the subject of urban spaces. 




Shirin graduated from the Faculty of Arts of Al-Zahra University in Tehran, where she completed her Bachelor’s degree in Fine Art. She went on to gain a Masters degree in History of Art and embarked on a PhD course before deciding to shift her focus on practical application of her skills. She has explored a variety of genres in her work to date and has had her earlier works of fine classic miniature exhibited in Tehran. 




Jennie was born in 1946 the Chinese Year of the Fire Dog. 

She used her little greyhound dogs to portray her daily events which she shared via fax or letter and sent to her daughter Katya together with some of her closest friends. 

“Hello My Darling” was always her greeting.  In days gone by the fastest way of communication was by fax or letter… this sadly is no longer the case, computers now being de rigueur . 

Her daughter Katya, her “Darling” is now the guardian of her work. Their two previous greyhounds Paris and Luna lived to prestigious ages. The newest member of the family is a little black lady Italian greyhound by the name of Shau Ming who continues to portray their everyday Life. 

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