European Naive  Art , Copenhagen

6th October – 18th November 2012

Elisabeth-Davy Bouttier, France


Elisabeth Davy-Bouttier was born in 1960 in Beaupréau, France. She spend her childhood there. In 1980, after a stay of 2 years abroad, she settled  down in Paris where she worked as Public Relations. In 1987, she moved in Toulouse where she lives henceforth with her family.

She begins to paint in 1994. From 1998 she dedicates herself exclusively to her passion : the painting.”When I paint, my paintbrush becomes a key which opens me the door of a magic land, where I stroll according to my moods” It is Lia Kasper from the Gallery Pro Arte Kasper in Switzerland (specialist of the naïve art) who gives her the opportunity to exhibit in solo.

Today she is present in numerous collections in France and abroad.



La Mosaique Gallery, Saint-Jean, France

Tourism Office of Brétignolles, France

Pro Arte Kasper Gallery, Morges, Switzerland

Marcarart Gallery, Albi, France

Eboli Gallery, Madrid, Spain

Espace Bouquières, Toulouse, France

Mona Lisa Gallery, Paris, France

La Mosaique Gallery, Toulouse, France



Pro Arte Kasper Gallery, Morges, Switzerland

Clair Obscur Gallery, Canet Plage, France

Art Plus Gallery, Toulouse, France

Naïfs à Antibes Gallery, Antibes, France

Marcarart Gallery, Albi, France

Jacqueline Bricard Gallery, Lourmarin,France

Gina Gallery, Tel Aviv, Israël

Eboli Gallery, Madrid, Spain

Roglan Gallery, Barcelone, Spain

Espace Art et Matière, Sarlat, France

Gora Gallery, Montréal, Canada

t’Weefhuis Gallery, Nuenen, Holland

Forum Gallery, Albi, France

Privilège Gallery, Toulouse/Biarritz, France

Gallery du Château, Pau, France

Allarts Gallery, Lisbonne, Portugal

Art et Collection Gallery, Colmar, France




Museum of International Naïve Art of  Levizzano, Italy

Museum of International Naïve Art of  Béraut, Gers, France





” She possesses a magical painting style, very peculiar and incomparable in the way she pictures everyday life and the social interactions in the various rural and urban environments that surround her. In a precise and rigorous stroke, applying color palettes of extraordinary beauty and strong light effects, her works enchant and inspire the observers to dream.”.

Pedro de Almeida – Allarts Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal