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Honored to be selected to judge this years photo contest. We will be judging in Mid July. Good luck to all the contestants! Here are the other judges: http://www.oceanconservancy.org/do-your-part/photo-contest/judges.html
Boca Raton Magazine did an 8 page feature on my work in their 2016 Feb issue.
January 14-March 26, 2016
Reception for the Artist:
Wednesday, January 27, 6-8pm RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
BEN HICKS LOBBY GALLERY
Open Monday-Friday, 8am-7pm
Reservations required, e-mail: email@example.com
Ben Hicks has journeyed across the Americas and around the globe, capturing the majestic beauty of the natural world. He strives to portray the familiar in extraordinarily original ways, sometimes taking physical risks in the process. Hicks’ distinctive vision and inimitable approach to photography renders intricately detailed images that captivate viewers and serve as a testament to his enjoyment and reverence of nature.
For more information about this exhibit, please visit:
The Durst Organization maintains a continuing program of support for the arts.
By providing venues for exhibition in the lobbies of our buildings we hope to
increase the presence of fine art and contribute to the cultural richness of the City.
1133 AVENUE OF THE AMERICAS
(between 43rd and 44th)
JANUARY 14 – MARCH 26, 2016
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I have been chosen to have one of my images in a special show on action sports from around the world. They chose an image of mine of World Champion wake surfer Keenan Flegel. THe exhibit is inside Shopping Metrô Tatuapé, São Paulo – Brasil from Sept 2-27, 2015. You can see more info here: http://www.shoppingtatuape.com.br/
Super stoked to have won this years Judges Choice in the Ocean Conservancy’s annual contest! You can read more here:
Here are a couple iPhone shots of the first of my summer 2015 exhibitions at the Boca Raton Spanish River Library.