As captured by photographer Rob Outwater, flowers radiate beauty in this stunning display of
3D Digital Lenticular prints and traditional ink-jet prints. Visceral and surprising, the lenticular
process created in the 1940's provides an illusion of movement in static images. Viewed from
different angles, the 3D images appear and change depending on the viewer's position. Rob's
use of digital photography also expresses his vision of flowers as unique objets d'art. From
his start as a U.S. Naval photographer to a career running a successful photo studio,
Rob Outwater has found himself hanging out of helicopters, diving in submarines and
clinging to the back of pickup trucks in search of "the shot." But his newest work expresses
a quieter, more organic point-of-view. Over 30 prints in black-and-white and vibrant color
will be on display.
Looming larger and more intimate than in real life, the floral paintings of Gabrielle McKenna
push the classical boundaries of “still life.” Vivid, deeply colored and felt, these paintings
reflect Gabrielle’s “outward expression of her interior experience.” A fine artist since high
school, her work has been displayed in galleries from Soho to Santa Fe to West Hollywood.
Her talents led her to a long career as a respected Hollywood scenic artist and sign painter.
Working on projects as diverse as “Cowboys and Aliens”, “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”
and “Dexter”, she’s kept busy creating physical art for artificial worlds. But her personal work
has been equally important, driving her to explore her distinctive view on the natural world.
This private collection of Gabrielle’s most recent work represents the inner side of an