Georgetown Arts & Culture


25jul(jul 25)9:00 am31aug(aug 31)9:00 pmExhibit: SHERILYN VINEYARD: HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT

Event Details

Exhibit:July 25- August 31
Reception: July 28 4p.m.-6p.m.
Location: Cafe Gallery

Hidden In Plain Sight: Macro and Landscape Photography of Central Texas is a collection of imagery showing places and things that can be found just beyond the shoulder of a Texas county road or down a small town lane. Using a rustic color palette and a personal perspective, these images show beauty in the mundane and singularity in the common. They are meant to make you pause and really see what’s in the frame. Pieces are presented as either fine art prints or on printed canvas and available for purchase.

About Sherilyn Vineyard:

Sherilyn Vineyard is a wife, mom, and photographer who has lived most of her life in Texas. She is a creative who started in a culinary career and found herself immersed in her love for photography 10 years ago. Sherilyn currently teaches photography courses part-time to students online internationally for homeschool credit hours and is finishing up a double major in Fine Art Photography and Photojournalism and Editorial Photography. She began in Pet Photography and has settled into Landscape, Documentary, and Macro Photography.

Artist’s Statement:

“Through my photography, I hope to express what my eyes and soul see simultaneously, not just what is trapped within the confines of the frame. I believe that an image should feel like an unlocked window, not just a visual record. If an image evokes mental sounds and scents, then I feel that I have done my job. Because I am drawn to more weathered subjects, I tend to keep the tone earthy and subdued through muted colors or black and white, attempting to reveal the character and story of places or things, not unlike the style of revealing street portraits of living subjects.
In the end, I hope that all of my work feels honest, but perplexing, like there is something more lurking under the surface or a story about to be revealed. I hope to lead the viewer from the moment

seeing an image to having their own inner dialogue and perhaps even a self-realization or two.”



July 25 (Tuesday) 9:00 am - August 31 (Thursday) 9:00 pm


Georgetown Public Library

402 W 8th St, Georgetown, TX 78626

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