Guy Geymann divides his time between his two ateliers in Paris and Normier in Bourgogne.
Alongside his university studies, a Master’s degree in plastic arts at the Sorbonne in 1975 – he also followed sculpture courses at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
Initially, his work was based on representing the human form, and then gradually, he also became focused on animals. With a talent for pure lines and smooth surfaces, he belongs to the category of “organic” sculptors. The works he creates in bronze, pewter, stone, wood, and composite materials, stand out for their pared-down form and clean pure lines.
Geymann’s work is shown at large art fairs and group exhibitions both in France and abroad. His works are on permanent show in several French galleries and belong in a large number of private and public collections. He has been honoured with several public commissions in recent years: the Conseil Général de Seine-et–Marne and the High Command of the Army, the Artillery Museum in Draguignan, and the Delegation of Military Heritage. He has been nominated as the official painter of the French army.