"ELEMENTS" RETURNS TO THE NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM OF LONDON
Benjamin Walls' award winning image "Elements" will return to the Natural History Museum of London as part of the WILD PLANET tour. "Elements" and WILD PLANET will be on display from March through September and is expected to be seen by a crowd of 6 million people, which will include the masses of tourist visiting for the Summer Olympic Games. "Elements" was first selected for exhibition at the NHM London in 2006 (More details about the 2006 exhibit at the bottom of this page).
BENJAMIN WALLS GALLERY RAISES $22,000 FOR LOCAL CHARITIES
The Benjamin Walls Gallery of Bristol VA has helped to raise $22,000 for local charities since its opening in late 2010. In 2011, the gallery teamed up with Believe in Bristol, Healing Hands, Abuse Alternatives, Girls Inc, Susan G. Komen, The Paramount Center for the Arts, Crossroads Medical Mission, and many others to surpass the $22,000 mark.
BENJAMIN WALLS' ACCLAIMED IMAGE "ELEMENTS" FEATURED IN BATH, UK
Benjamin Walls' award winning image "Elements" is on the next leg of the WILD PLANET tour. Next stop is Bath, UK where it will be featured from April 6th through September 2011 outside the Abby and Roman Baths. Walls and his image "Elements" will be recognized by the Chairman of the Council, Councillor Sarah Bevan and company at a reception celebrating the opening of the exhibit on April 5th.
BENJAMIN WALLS GALLERY RAISES $9,000.00 FOR LOCAL CHARITIES IN 2010
The Benjamin Walls Gallery was officially open for less than two months last calendar year, yet raised nearly $9,000 for local charities. Crossroads Medical Mission, Young Life of Bristol, The Mike Marshall Family Benefit, and Believe in Bristol were some to the organizations that were supported via donations, auction items, or private events. Read the A! Magazine article by clicking here.
WILD PLANET INTERNATIONAL EXHIBIT OPENS IN SHEFFIELD, SOUTH YORKSHIRE, UK
Benjamin Walls' award winning image "Elements" is on the second leg of the WILD PLANET tour. Next stop is Sheffield, South Yorkshire UK from October 6th through March 27th 2011.
WILD PLANET BEGINS ITS TOUR IN BRIGHTON UK
Benjamin Walls was honored at a reception in Brighton UK and commended by the Mayor of Brighton and the staff of the Natural History Museum of London for his image "Elements" which is part of the international exhibit WILD PLANET. Walls was one of 80 photographers from dozens of countries that were honored at the event which kicks off the start of the WILD PLANET tour. Future locations will be announced soon. Check back for details.
WALLS' PHOTO SELECTED FOR INTERNATIONAL EXHIBIT - WILD PLANET
Benjamin's image "ELEMENTS" was selected as one of the 80 best images to show at the Natural History Museum of London in the past 20 years! This incredible honor has earned him a spot in the WILD PLANET international touring exhibit, which is set to show in city centers in EUROPE and then around the globe from 2010 to 2015.
BENJAMIN WALLS FEATURED IN THE SMITHSONIAN'S OCEANS HALL
Benjamin Walls image "The Twelve" has been selected to show in the flagship exhibit in the brand new OCEANS HALL at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. "The Twelve" depicts the eroded cliffs of Victoria Australia and the role the ocean plays in sculpting our landscape.
BENJAMIN WALLS SELECTED AS SMITHSONIAN EXHIBITOR
Benjamin Walls image "Watching the Sunrise" has been selected to show at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Walls will be honored at a reception and unveiling at the Smithsonian next month. Inclusion in this exhibit is one of the top honors in the nature photography industry.
WALLS' ABSTRACT IMAGE "ELEMENTS" TO SHOW IN ONE OF EUROPE'S BIGGEST VENUES
Benjamin Walls image "Elements" has been selected to show at the Natural History Museum of London. Walls will be honored at a reception in central London at the end of the month with a tour of the new exhibit to follow. The image will also be published in BBC Wildlife magazine and the coffee table book PORTFOLIO 16. The image was chosen as one of 70 images for display from more than 30,000 other photographs from 80 countries. Showing at this annual exhibit is considered a career crowning achievement by many in the industry.