Rob Floerke’s Wildlife Photography at Gallery 1855 in Davis
What happens when a trained wildlife biologist asks the question, “How can wildlife images be used to make art?” A quote by Nikola Tesla comes to mind: “I do not think there is any thrill that can go through the human heart like that felt by the inventor as he sees some creation of the brain unfolding to success."
The triumph of asking a question and then working toward success is shared by scientists and artists, or in the case of Rob Floerke, a scientist who is also an artist.
This month Galley 1855 in Davis celebrates the stunning answer to Rob’s question in a magnificent display of wildlife photographs that transcend the genre to become true art. Each image transfixes the viewer and invites us into a new relationship with the natural world and its creatures.
Rob Floerke’s work will be on display at weekdays from 9am to 3pm during the month of November. Gallery 1855 is located in the office of Davis Cemetery District at 820 Pole Line Road in Davis.
The public is also warmly invited to meet Mr. Floerke, munch a bit, and view this amazing work at a free Reception/Open House on Sunday, November 10, from 1-4pm at the gallery. Afterwards, guests are free to stroll the sumptuous historic grounds.
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