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Jane Gottlieb's "Fantasy Gardens" Opens at Pritzlaff Conservation Center Gallery

14 Apr 2017 6:03 PM | Anonymous

“I hope to create images that surprise and intrigue,” says artist Jane Gottlieb, “drawing the viewer into my idyllic vision, ultimately uplifting them with vibrant color and evocative beauty.” 

That she does. Open today, April 14, the inaugural exhibition of Gottlieb’s "Fantasy Gardens” features magical images from around the world that transcend the norms of both reality and color. Altering reality into a more romantic and fantastic world, she creates with composition, color and collage to express her idyllic and vibrant vision in a voice that is uniquely her own.

As much painter as photographer, Gottlieb hand paints her prints, then scans them to digitally colorize and otherwise edit them. er work ranges from garden and classic automobiles to architecture, cityscapes, monuments and villas. She has traveled the globe, shooting the natural and man-made subjects that are the basis for her art. 

The hosting venue, the Pritzlaff Conservation Center Gallery is a new 11,500 square foot building located at the Santa Barbara Botanic Gardens. Designed by architect Doug Singletary, it houses conservation, research and administrative staff of the Santa Barbara Botanic Gardens

The exhibition is free with garden admission, and a portion of the proceeds from sales directly benefits the gardens. Open to the public during normal garden hours.

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