Nathalie Gauglin is a French sculptor. She was born in 1962 in Versailles, France, the eldest of three children. Her father was a sound engineer. Her mother was a journalist. She spent her childhood in an environment where culture had a prominent place and very early she was interested in artistic expression.
After attending art classes at the Beaux Arts in Versailles, she studied jewellery at the École Boulle in Paris. At the same time she attended the Châtelet dance classes in Paris. She has continued her passion for artistic creation, ﬁrst of all in the design of jewellery for various French jewellers, but also in sculpting when she learned stone carving with Maurice Mainguy, stonemason for historical monuments. Since 1995 she has concentrated on sculpture and she tirelessly explores life and emotions. Her works are part of an exploration of human. She uses clay as medium for her sculpture, and she has recently started to produce ﬁne art bronzes of her pieces.
She lives and works in a village in southern Brittany between Rennes and Nantes, and she is the mother of three children.
Nathalie Gauglin has exhibited in France, Europe and Asia at many art fairs and galleries. Her work can be found in public and private collections including the Art Museum of Le Mans.