It’s not all rainbow and sunshine for Jane Gottlieb.
The club’s California-based up0-year-old artist decided to paint a rainbow in his subconscious Santa Barbara. His goal was to illuminate human days, According to the Daily Mail, But unfortunately, not all residents supported his view.
“I don’t understand this obsession with beige and brown. I don’t know why it’s such a popular color combination for the world, “says Gottlieb.” I’m attracted to color. I want it when I see something bright or colorful. “
So Gottlieb spent two months painting his house in nine bright colors – and spread out 5,000. Everything from the roof and chimney to the patio and staircase are in shades of blue, green, yellow, red, purple and pink.
When it was over, Gottlieb realized he had turned his four-bedroom house into a “piece of art.”
It has been called “Rainbow House”, “Colorful House” and “Easter House” ever since. Gottlieb reports that many people walk past just to see the bright vision.
“When people come in who have never seen it before, they immediately smile. They are instantly happy because they have never seen it before. They say, ‘Oh my God, it’s amazing,’ ”Gottlieb said. “I always hear the same thing: ‘You can’t be dissatisfied with this house.'”
Gottlieb’s neighbors, on the other hand, aren’t thrilled.
“No one in the neighborhood really likes it because they have all these beige Mediterraneans, and I have these bright, imaginative pieces of art,” he said.
But there is no obstacle Well known artist – whose prints have been displayed around the world – to keep his Oasis alive from spending cash. “The exterior has to be repainted every few years because it fades,” he says. “Sometimes, a year goes by, and I don’t draw, but it costs me about 000 5,000 a year.”
There is more: the interior is equally attractive. The living room features purple couches and a green fireplace, while retro blue and checkered patterns play throughout Gottlieb’s studio. Murano glass and other curiosities in kitchens, bathrooms and shelves add to the riot of colors, According to the home tour published in Carbade.
“I don’t know how many colors the interior should have, I don’t know.” “My favorite room could be my studio or my purple sitting room because it overlooks the pool and the sea. We decorated it with colorful Italian furniture and my artwork. “
The house certainly didn’t look that way when Gottlieb, her husband, David Obst, and their dogs were moved 23 years ago. It was (surprise, surprise) beige and brown. After the renovation, Gottlieb decided to start adding color – and never stopped inside or out.
“It’s not a permanent she,” she said. “It’s my 3-D art piece full of my art and I’m really proud of it. I love being here.”