Outta-Here, like the other pieces currently on exhibit at Danese/Corey, is striking and lively, both in scale and spirit; many of the paintings are as tall, or much taller, than the viewers looking at them. But the particular brand of wild energy that they emit isn’t instantly obvious from across the room. That’s due, in part, to Poons’s relatively muted color palette. His rosy pinks and pale blues call to mind the dreamy gardens, ponds, and fields of the French Impressionists. But approaching Poons’s paintings for a closer look, it’s clear that his works are hardly romantic landscapes.