According to poet philosopher Criss Jami, when looking for the beauty in all things, the layman will ask the philosopher – and the philosopher will ask the photographer.

This Wednesday you have the opportunity to ask photographer Roberto Cabral about the beauty he captured in some of Africa’s most magnificent creatures.

Creatures like Muhoza the Thinker, whose wisdom and intelligence might prompt you to reassess your appreciation of mystery.

“Muhoza the Thinker,” by Roberto Cabral. Volcanoes National Park, Rwanda.

A viewing of Old Lion Sleeping could very well impart new gravitas to the ancient injunction to respect your elders.

Zebra on Hill elegantly demonstrates real strength through fragile vulnerability.

Giraffe Silhouettes provides a graceful metaphor of the passage of light and existence into extinction and darkness.

Elephant Family Portrait captures the stateliness of loving, social, intelligent beings hovering over their next, perhaps their last, generation.

Lion Under Full Moon will transport you to the open plains of Amboseli, where you’ll stand humbly before a king capable of peering into your soul.

These are just a few of the many thought-provoking and heart-tugging photographs on display in Fragile Strength. Photographer Roberto Cabral will share the African adventure that led to the making of these photographs.

Please join us this Wednesday, July 12th (6-8:30 p.m.) at The G2 Gallery, located at 1503 Abbot Kinney Blvd. in Venice, CA.

Please reserve your seat at G2artisttalk.Eventbrite.com.

This event is free and open to all who look for the beauty in all things.

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