Jackson Lake Sunset

Appalachian Light

Smithsonian Exhibited


Original Blues

Frontier SeriesTM

Tembo Jaro


Frontier SeriesTM


Smithsonian Exhibited


Oxbow Landing

Benjamin Walls Fine Art Photographer

Benjamin Walls

  • Seven International Awards
  • Five-time Smithsonian exhibitor
  • Two-time Natural History Museum of London exhibitor
  • Collectors include Grammy award winners, Fortune 500 CEOs, Hollywood producers, and politicians alike

As a contemporary renaissance man, Benjamin is an internationally acclaimed artist, avid environmentalist, and successful entrepreneur. His artwork has received seven international awards and has been displayed in dozens of museums, including five exhibits at the Smithsonian and twice at the Natural History Museum of London.

His work within major conservation programs such as the Jane Goodall Institute has assisted nonprofits in raising over $500,000 since 2010.

In 2015 Benjamin established his WALLSabout™ Luxury Travel company, with adventures to East Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. Most recently, he launched his Fine Wine bar WALLSwines™, in downtown Asheville, NC.

The Frontier SeriesTM

As the name suggests, Frontier ImagesTM push the boundary of what’s possible, both technically and artistically. I could spend a lifetime trying to recreate these pieces without success. In short, Frontier ImagesTM are my personal best and most original work reserved in an exclusive category.

Frontier SeriesTM Images

  • Created in extremely limited numbers.
  • Appreciate in retail value as each image sells.
  • The ultimate series for serious collectors.

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Reach us via email using the contact form, calling us at 877.989.2557 – or – by using the Facebook Messenger icon at the bottom of the screen. You’ll get a response as soon as possible – if not immediately.

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Benjamin Walls Fine Art Gallery

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