Born in Paris, Cat Grall moved to the south of France to be closer to the special light found there. This is the light that attracted Van Gogh, Monet, Matisse and many other artists. After starting out on a path of personal growth, Cat met Alejandro Jodorowsky, a major contemporary spiritual leader who helped her realize that she needed to discover her own creativity. Circumstances then permitted her to fully devote herself to this pursuit.
Gall first enjoyed discovering drawing and figurative painting by herself. It is later that she decided to acquire formal training in these techniques at the Ecole des Beaux Arts des Cannes, Vallauris and Nice (School of Fine Arts). Initially symbolic in form, her painting then turned abstract. In all of her works, she displays an unusually strong sense of color.
Cat is also a sculptor. She started working with ceramics which she then used for modeling and sculpting. Her first works represent sensuous and full-bodied nudes, then moved on to compositions with more streamlined and expressive lines, including unique ceramic figures. In 2008 she decided to travel. First to India, then settling in Mexico for seven years. In 2016 she came to the U.S. After Texas and New Mexico, she decided to move to Lexington, Kentucky where she lives now.