Opening of Dreamscapes by Jane Gottlieb

Special art installation in the Charles E. Young Library Research Commons
Tuesday, Jun 14, 2016 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

You're invited to the opening reception of Dreamscapes, a special installation at the  Charles E. Young Library Research Commons. Artist Jane Gottlieb’s newest collection is a series of her favorite photographs taken over a lifetime and painted, collaged, and enhanced with Photoshop.

6 to 8 p.m.
Charles E. Young Research Library
Parking is available in Lot 5. 
Jane Gottlieb is a long-time member of the UCLA family. Beginning in the 1950s at UCLA’s University Elementary School, Jane Gottlieb was encouraged to create art and was given her first exhibit in the fifth grade. She continued taking fine art classes at UCLA Art Extension throughout her middle and high school years and graduated from UCLA with a degree in painting and art history. 
Ms. Gottlieb spent the next decade as an art director, designer, and photographer in New York and Los Angeles, working with such industry notables as Francesco Scavullo and Sid Avery. In the 1980s she developed her unique, colorful art form and in 1988 she had her first solo exhibition at the Laguna Art Museum.

Jane Gottlieb’s joyful, energetic images have been exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the world and featured in countless books and articles. Her art speaks to a wonderful world in which the aesthetic joy of color is always with us.

Jane's work is available to view here:

Reception to follow. RSVP here by June 1.
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