Agnès Guillon is a French figurative artist born in 1976. She trained in painting in the workshops of Philippe Lejeune, Christoff Debusschere and Christiane Lemez.
She has been dedicated entirely to painting since 2008. Agnès Guides the Taylor Foundation since 2009 A poetics of everyday life: Agnès Guillon practices above all a painting of sensitivity and emotion articulated around light.
With her fluid and lively touch, she takes us into a world of poetry and contemplation, where everyday scenes take on a new intensity and unexpected poetry. Her representations retain a certain blur that speaks to us of the passing of time and the movement of life, a painting of evocation rather than description where she plays with coloured backgrounds, and where light fascinates.
It is particularly renowned for its urban landscapes, especially at night, but also in the theatre, and many other subjects where life and light have come together.