Gabriel's paintings are strong. An earlier exhibition at the Queen Elizabeth Playhouse was taken down by the manager, who stated "I didn't think it was proper for the young... To me it wasn't art." The works are bright, expressionistic. A former sculptor, Gabriel's understanding of the human form is complete. The lines are exaggerated and distorted to show figures in the throws of life, whether playing an instrument or screaming out accusingly each is done with knowledge and style.
Each painting is from man, of man, for man. Protesting, begging, screaming out against decadence and apathy, against war, final solutions and nuclear holocausts.