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In the MARVELS book, you’ll find Cheraine’s first big fine art photography series.
Her multi-award-winning body of work is brought to life in the course of two years from 2019 to 2020.
This personal artistic series is- to show the beauty and vulnerability of these beautiful buildings and animals, -a way to awaken the compassion within, -to give a voice to this earth’s inhabitants who have none, and for inspiring future generations to preserve their cultural heritage.
The MARVELS book contains never-published-before sketches and over thirty-six photographs, featuring all eighteen artworks from the MARVELS series. Alongside the photographs and sketches, the book contains some personal touches by Cheraine, in which she explains the development and meaning of the works and series.
The MARVELS Book introduction and poems are both written by the artist’s brother Ferron Collette, who has experienced first-hand the dedication and passion of Cheraine for this project and shares a deeper understanding of the artist her vision.
In September 2019 the MARVELS series was awarded first place in the Professional Fine Art category at the annual International Photography Awards (IPA). From then, in the course of one year, the series has received eleven awards in internationally acclaimed photography awards. With most recently receiving the title of Overall Winner of the 15th Julia Margaret Cameron Awards, an Honorable Mention in the Prix De La Photographie(PX3), and Highly Commended in the Siena International Photo Awards (SIPA).
In October 2020 the MARVELS book was awarded an honorable mention in the Professional Fine Art Book category at the International Photography Awards (IPA). The competition is judged by some of the most important art critics and gallerists in contemporary photography today.
Making An Entrance, Black, White