This next featured Artisans’ Gallery participant has been attending BreyerFest since 2013 after stumbling across a video online, but only recently has she been participating in the Artisans’ Gallery. She is super excited to show her work this July at Horse of a Different Color!
Meet Cameryn Oswald of Camelot Studios!
Growing up in Louisville, Kentucky, Cameryn was surrounded by horses and her love and passion for them flourished as a child. Growing up, her mother would take her to the race track to watch races. She was captivated and amazed at what these horses could do, and was memorized by their speed. Watching these magnificent Thoroughbreds helped spark her passion, and they continue to inspire her work today. Despite growing up near one of the most well-known venues in the world for horse racing, she had very little contact with real horses, aside from watching the races. However, she connected to horses through her art and creativity.
Cameryn was always creating something as a child. As her talent grew her passion and love for horses also grew. She would turn to drawing to recreate that wonder and amazement she felt around horses. From drawing it stemmed into painting and sculptures. In her pieces she would always try to create very dynamic and athletic poses, which she still does today! She has dabbled in all sorts of media, including resin, clay, digital, and traditional works. Recently, she has found growth and interest in digital sculpting and 3D printing. Aside from her art she has hosted a live show, Go for the Gold, since 2018, and hopes to continue that this year!
Cameryn discovered the model horse hobby in 2012, and once she found out these models could be customized, she galloped away with it. She painted her first model in 2013 and after that she pushed herself to grow outside of her comfort zone and share her talents with the hobby community. She loves seeing other artists’ work and all of the new technology that help advance the future of the hobby.
She is honored and very excited to showcase her work this year at the online celebration of BreyerFest: Horse of a Different Color. She is looking forward to displaying her many different painted models and two new sculpture releases including her Stablemates-scale zebra sculpture, Mtizamo! If you can’t wait until July to see Cameryn’s beautiful work, you can check her out here!
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