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Solo Photo Exhibit of a Camden Photographer

Photography by Hoag Levins ...| ...Feb. 16, 2003

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CAMDEN, N.J. -- The Camden County Historical society's month-long exhibit of Beverly Collins-Roberts' photography kicked off with a wine-and-cheese reception yesterday. Collins-Roberts is best-known for her photos and photo montages (above, right) of children and moody architectural spaces. See larger image.

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Above, left, Collins-Roberts made last minute adjustments before the show opened. The poster in the foreground is of her image, "Waiting," which won show honors in New York. Resident of a city marred by widespread architectural deterioration, Collins-Roberts has used her camera and artistic vision to turn images of that decay into abstract montages of striking beauty (above, right). See larger image.

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Arranged in a walk-through of gallery panels and wall displays, the Collins-Roberts show looks back across her 27-year career as a professional photographer. Much of her work is a historic documentation of the people and places of everyday life captured in a new light. See larger image.

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