Leah Gauthier

Leah Gauthier is an intermedia artist using natural materials, live plants, cooking and performance to explore ideas of sustainability, self-sufficiency, and community building through shared pleasures of good food and conversation. Her work has been exhibited at Eyebeam, The Decordova Museum, Tufts University Arts Center, The Revolving Museum, 808 Gallery Boston University, The Portland Museum of Art, The Burren College of Art (Ireland), School of the Museum of Fine Art Boston, Bowdoin College, Centro Pablo de la Torriente Brau (Cuba). She has been an artist-in-residence at Eyebeam in New York city, and a National Endowment for the Arts Fellow at the MacDowell Colony.

Upcoming exhibitions include FoodCon at the Harrison Center for the Arts, and Tending a Difficult Hope at SoFA Gallery, Indiana University Bloomington. She is an Assistant Professor of Art at Butler University.