Australian photographer, Bruce Cowell exhibited in March/April 2020 at Marziart Internationale Gallery in Hamburg, Germany, and is a featured artist in the arts magazine "Spotlight - Contemporary Art Magazine" which was released in March 2020.
Cowell was a Finalist in the online art competition by Circle-Arts.com with Expo-Arts New York and is presented as a featured artist on the Circle Foundation for the Arts website. In 2020, he also exhibited in New York within the WWA Pavillion. His photography has been featured in the publication "Who's Who in Visual Art", published in Leipzig Germany and in the German Publication "International Kunst Heute" (International Art Today) as well as in the WeContempoprary Art Catalogue published by Musa International Art Space, Palermo Italy and has had work hung in the Blank Wall gallery in Athens, Greece.
Cowell was a Second prize winner in the Artroom Gallery "Consequences of Light" photographic competition in Rome, Italy and second prize winner in the Hasselblad Masters of Photography Competition. The image "Beth Plays the Clowns" received an Honorable Mention in the Circle Foundation Artist of the Year Awards 2019, Lyon, France.
He was commissioned to produce images for projection onto the giant sun sails that covered much of the site of World Expo 1988 in Brisbane, Australia.
Cowell is the photographer for the book, "Wild Places of Greater Brisbane" (No.1 best seller in Queensland for twelve straight weeks.) A Senior photographer for the books, "Wild Guide to Moreton Bay", " Wild Plants of Greater Brisbane", "Discovery Guide to Outback Queensland", "Wildlife of Greater Brisbane", "Kangaroos of Queensland". He was Senior Photographer and Picture Editor for "Wildlife Australia" magazine and co-ordinator and judge of the "Australian Wildlife Photographer of the Year" competition. Bruce Cowell is the principal photographer in the "Outback Queensland" photographic exhibition that toured Queensland.
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