About the Studio
I was always creating as a child, but never had much contact with horses growing up. That has only made me more obsessed with these amazing animals. This infatuation and creativity has allowed my art to grow. I have dabbled in all sorts of media, including resin, clay, digital, and traditional works to help make my visions come to life. Recently this growth has led to digital sculpting and 3D printing. I cannot wait to dive into and share this new media.
I discovered the model horse hobby in 2012, and once I found out these models could be customized, I ran with it. I painted my first model horse in 2013. After that I pushed myself to grow and share my talents with the hobby community. This led to me creating Camelot Studios in 2017. I have been honing my skills and improving my craft ever since.
This website will provide a place where I invite you to take a peek into my craft through past and present works. I would like to thank you, the readers and hobbyists, for your support in this artistic journey.
Cameryn Oswald has a background in visual art and is currently working on her Art Studio minor and majoring in Equine Science. She is a Scholastic gold key winner and has won several awards in the Kentucky state fair for her equine art. She has had work on display at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft (KMAC Museum), the Kentucky Derby Museum, and the Norma E. Brown Art Gallery. Her work is live show proven, and many of her pieces have qualified for the North American Nationals. In 2020 and 2021, she was accepted into the Breyerfest Artisans Gallery which has been an honor for her to be a part of.