Gala Gallery Opening Reception featuring the photography of Zoo MIami’s Ron Magill
Thursday, March 10, 2011, 6:00-9:00 PM
Frames USA & Art Gallery
6822 SW 40th St (Bird Road)
Miami, FL 33155
(Next to Pet Supermarket)
Gala Gallery Opening Reception featuring the photography of Zoo Miami’s Ron Magill
Ron Magill, Zoo Miami’s Director of Communications & Media Relations will be featuring his limited edition wildlife photographs from around the world at Frames USA & Art Gallery running through June,2011. A special Gala Gallery opening on March 10th will enable wildlife and photography enthusiasts alike to meet with Ron and discuss the stories behind his incredible images. It is free and open to the public.
A portion of each purchase of his framed, limited edition photography will go towards the Ron Magill Wildlife Conservation Fund at the Zoological Society of Miami.
Ron Magill is an award-winning photographer and documentary producer whose images have appeared in publications and galleries around the world including the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. As Zoo Miami’s front man, he has appeared on a wide variety of local, national, and international programs including “National Geographic Explorer,” the “Today Show,” “Good Morning America,” “NBC Nightly News,” and “The Late Show with David Letterman.” He has traveled around the world, capturing the wonders of nature through the camera lens, and is outspoken in his quest for animal conservation.
“People have asked me to share my photographs for some time,” explains Ron. “My hope is that they will inspire those who see them to appreciate the beauty of wildlife and understand the extreme need to protect them now and for years to come.”
For 16 years, Frames USA & Art Gallery has made a name for itself in South Florida through its dedication to excellence, both in custom picture framing and gallery exhibits. Adam Brand, owner, is excited to present Ron Magill’s limited edition, signed wildlife photography.
“Ron’s images, when printed in large format, make you feel as if you are there in that very moment,” say Brand. “The stories behind the pictures just make them that more amazing.”