Markeim will once again be hosting its annual photography show. “Soft Curves, Hard Edges” is the theme for this year’s exhibition. This show is normally curated by Norm Hinsey, owner of Creon Gallery in New York. This year, Norm has asked to take some time off and has temporarily passed the curatorial baton to photographer Collette Oswald.
The curator will select works from those submitted to be included in the show. Only digital submissions will be accepted. Please see the PROSPECTUS for details and instructions.
Passionate about photography from an early age, Colette Oswald possesses the ability to put her subjects at ease almost at once. She encourages her subjects to become physically and emotionally engaged in the collaboration, in the process and in the experience. Having perfected her skills as a portrait artist, her passion extends beyond the art of portraiture. She is exceptionally adept at uncovering the inner wisdom and sensuality of her female clientele.
With a background in film production, a cinematographer’s eye for composition, and a flair for fashion and beauty, Colette consistently maintains her commitment to excellence. Her drive to create fine art took Colette to Temple University and onto New York University. She spent several years in NYC photographing fashion models, musicians, actors and other artists.
Colette returned to her hometown, Haddonfield, where she began to focus her business on fashionable weddings, lifestyle images, corporate headshots and creative portraits. Colette has clients in New York, Princeton, Chicago, Santa Barbara, Philadelphia and the surrounding area.