Delaware River valley artist Roger Gottlieb is a master of the digital lens, capturing the essence of his subjects with sensitivity and insight. From his signature panoramic river views, its surrounding fields and woods, to stately interiors of historic homes and mansions, his eclectic range is well represented. 

He is a colorist in the classical school and has been recognized for his brilliant sensitivity. 

Equally powerful are his vibrant uni-tonal treatments of everyday objects, breathing soulful life into the commonplace.

He is equally adept with delicately nuanced black and white chiaroscuro creating visually sculptural images evocative of early 20th century photographs painstakingly produced using silver nitrate and
glass plate.

Specialist 5 Gottlieb served in Vietnam in the U.S. Army and was awarded the Bronze Star. He is co-founder of OPERATION CHILLOUT an all volunteer mobile outreach not-for-profit organization dedicated to rescuing homeless veterans.

Mr Gottlieb is available for trade assignments and private commissions.
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Galleries & Exhibits 

Gallery 14 - Fifth Annual Juried Exhibit - June 27, 2014
Davis Orton Gallery - Third Annual Group Show - July 29 to August 27, 2017
Disappearing Art: The Printed Photograph - Lakeview Gallery 12/3/2016
Williams Gallery
Museum of Computer Art
Upfront Exhibition Space


Nominee in 4th edition of Fine Art Photography Awards
Awarded entry Forestburg stream (Professional Landscape Category)
London, April 2018

Honorable Mention - Professional Landscapes - Chromatic Photography Awards International Color Photography Contest, December 2017

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