When Cat Campbell traveled to Myanmar, she captured the mesmerizing image of a woman on a boat that has come to define her style of portrait photography. The woman’s cheeks are painted white and half her face is cast in a shadow. The light that bathes the other half of the woman’s face illuminates her wistful expression. She stares into the camera with knowing eyes. Gazing into those eyes, the viewer sees a moment between subject and photographer. The subject seems extraordinarily comfortable in her skin. Campbell is hanging that photo, along with other portraits and landscape shots, on Friday at The Rose. She described that moment along the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar four years ago:
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