Pacific Palisades resident Gabrielle Gottlieb is a triple threat ~ an artist, photographer and journalist. Gabrielle graduated from Marymount High School with honors, and attended USC, where she majored in Communications. She worked in the entertainment industry for a number of years. Thanks to her Austrian background, Gabrielle photographed the Austrian countryside, especially Salzburg, while studying in Paris.
Gabrielle had hands-on training from her mother, Laurie Gottlieb, a photojournalist for the Los Angeles Times' Home magazine for 13 years.Gabrielle accompanied her mother on assignments since she was 6 years old.
Gabrielle specializes in paintings and photographed portraits of homes, from cottages to castles. She also transforms exquisite impressions of gardens, landscapes and a variety of artistic subjects into custom artworks, as well as her ready-to-go photographs and impressionist and abstract artwork.
The energetic palisadian has been awarded numerous commissions including the Reagan Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, and Cedars Sinai Medical Center. Her work is represented in the art collections of Maria Shriver, Nancy Reagan, Susan Lucci, Wolfgang Puck, Phyllis Diller and former Palisades Honorary Mayor Steve Guttenberg.
Gabrielle's work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, House & Garden magazine, LA MIA CASA, The Palisadian-Post, Cottages & Cabins magazine, the Malibu Times, and Beverly Hills News. Architectural Digest Editor Margaret Dunne said of the artist, "Gabrielle's work is in a league of it's own. I own a piece of Gabrielle's work and I treasure it."
Expect Gabrielle's art to frequently accompany her Front Porch columns. Says Gaby: "One of my favorite aspects of painting and photojournalism is bringing joy to people. Watching them stop and smile at my work makes me feel as if I have brought a little more peace into the world. And I enjoy being a part of the new wonderful experience of the Internet. I welcome your comments."
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