Gillian Gallandat Huet (1957) grew up in a creative family with very diverse roots: French, Scottish, Australian and Russian.

Given her background, she feels her international orientation and interest in other cultures have always helped her personal development. Together with her multicultural history, Gillian’s fascination with nature comes from her Australian mother who taught her the love for humanity and the language of animals.

Her naturalistic and realistic style carries a soul and it is through her art, that Gillian strives to re-establish the connection between human beings and nature.
“My works of art symbolise nature and help to restore contact with our roots. Nature has a healing energy and as we live in a very demanding digital era, we can benefit from having more contact with nature in our lives. In this way, we can feel our own roots and reach out to the cosmos”.


Gillian has completed her classical education as a sculptress at the Belgium Academie of Fine Arts. Further education she enjoyed in London and in Florence on the Florence Academy of Arts

She has exhibited in The Netherlands, Belgium, France, Portugal, Monaco.

Her sculptures are bought by collectionaires in a great part of the world.

Since 2018 she lives and works in the South of France, Seillans.



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