Gaby Hath
“The artist is a receptacle for emotions that come from all over the place; from the sky, from the earth, from a scrap of paper, from a passing shape, from a spider’s web.” -Pablo Picasso

About Gaby

Born in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, Gabriela Hath currently lives in Ventura County. She comes from a wonderfully artistic family going back generations of artists and composers. Her passion for art focuses on community and she encourages artists of all ages to showcase their talents and help make this world a more colorful and expressive place one painting and design at a time.

From murals to fine art, Gabriela has discovered the importance of reimagined art, utilizing recycled materials and reusing those materials to make amazing furniture, wall and fine art. From acrylic to Elmer’s glue, Gabriela is teaching kids from pre-school to high School about the importance of creating imaginative pieces with basic items we throw away. She directed a recycled art program over the summer at the Camarillo Library engaging the community to reuse household items that would otherwise end up in landfills.

Her special attention to art as a form of healing has also brought her into some of the most specialized programs, aiding children and teens with social emotional behaviors, and it has caused her to discover how art can even save lives.

  • BA degree in arts and psychology- Cal Lutheran University
  • Associates Degree, Liberal Arts - Ventura College
  • Belles Artes-San Miguel de Allende, Ceramics/Mix Media
  • Elevated Art, Instruction Coordinator-Therapeutic Support


Gaby Hath

Bilingual English / Spanish


Mixed Media and Clay
Enviro-Based Art

  • Social/Emotional Expression through Art
  • Upcycling using found materials to create Art & Gardens
  • Building environmental awareness and stewardship
  • Art as a language for non-verbal communication
  • Art as a tool for navigating feelings and social challenges

California Arts Standards

  • 1.G Emphasize Line, Color, Shape, Form, Texture, & Space through elements of Nature/Art found in daily life
  • 4NF Using Additive and subtractive Processes in creating large scale murals, painted, and sculptural forms
  • 7.1 Use estimation strategies to make reasonable estimates in problem solving