Venice, CA – On June 6, The G2 Gallery will premiere Roberto Cabral: Fragile Strength. This new collection features endangered African animals with a fresh artistic approach and presents Roberto’s foray into conservation photography.

Roberto’s interest in photography began as a high school hobby and has fueled a passionate lifelong love affair with photography. A few months ago, Roberto traveled to Africa for the first time to honor his father’s love of travel. Seeing the big cats, majestic elephants, powerful gorillas and towering giraffes ignited a fervor for conservation photography.

“Roberto’s images out of Rwanda and Kenya are very unique,” says Curator Monika Basse. “The black and white fine art elements Roberto incorporates in his art elevate these photos and the underlying message behind them.”

“In great strength there is vulnerability, and in vulnerability, strength,” says Roberto. “This collection shows the raw power of the natural world and its fragility.”

The opening reception for Roberto Cabral: Fragile Strength, along with Susan McConnell: On the Shoulders of Giants, will be held Saturday, June 10 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Admission is $10 and includes complimentary wine, hors d’oeuvres and valet in front of the gallery. All proceeds from admissions and art sales will be donated to Wildlife Conservation Network’s Elephant Crisis Fund. Please RSVP to


The G2 Gallery
1503 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, CA 90291-3742
Tel. 310.452.2842, E-mail


Laurie O’Hara

About The G2 Gallery

Established in March 2008, the G2 Gallery in Venice, California, is a green art space with a dedicated focus on contemporary nature and wildlife photography. In keeping with G2’s commitment to supporting arts and the environment, the gallery presents exhibitions with eco-conscious themes, donating the proceeds from all art sales to environmental charities and hosts free concerts and lectures that bring awareness of critical issues to our community.

About Roberto Cabral

Roberto Cabral is a professional photographer based in Los Angeles, CA. His childhood obsession with photography led him to a rewarding career as a glamour and beauty photographer. In 2005, his love of dogs and success as a photographer and martial arts instructor led him to found Bound Angels, an animal rescue organization dedicated to saving abandoned dogs. Roberto sees his newfound devotion to conservation photography as an extension of his passion for animal rights.