Gayle Rothschild is an award winning photographer and educator. During a career that has spanned forty years, Gayle has focused her lens on such diverse subjects as landscapes from the C&O Canal, Potomac River series, and views of life in the suburbs, digital collages, street scenes from around the world and many portraits.
Gayle's work is found in the collections of the Museum of Fine Art, Houston, Texas and the Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington, DC, as well as in many private collections. She has exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions, most recently in two exhibitions at the American University Museum Katzen Art Center -- "Washington Art Matters: 1940s-1980s" and "Presence of Place." Upcoming exhibitions include "Visual Poetry" and "Double Vision" at Glen Echo Park and "Moves Like Water: New Curators Open the Corcoran Legacy Collection" at the American University Museum Katzen Arts Center.
Gayle is a founding member of Photoworks at Glen Echo Park, where she has taught since 1983. Currently a member of the Photoworks Executive Board, Gayle serves as Director of Exhibitions for the organization. In that capacity, Gayle has curated more than 60 gallery exhibitions, including solo shows and juried collections. In addition, Gayle oversees an internship program to introduce area high school students to the art and business of photography.
Gayle is sought after as a guest instructor and juror for exhibitions. In 2017, Gayle served as an instructor for the Amalfi Coast Music and Arts Festival in Maiori, Italy. She served as juror at the first Focus on the Story International Photo Festival, 2018 in Washington DC for the exhibit "EyeAm 72 Hour Challenge."
Winner of the Park View Artist Award 2019 in the GEPPAC Labor Day Art Show.