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Photography by Four: Jasek, Moore, Odell, Pecot

5/29/17 – 6/30/17

Image credit: Wes Odell

Each photographer in this exhibit by Amy Jasek, Holly Moore, Wes Odell and Ruby Pecot presents a different artistic viewpoint and photographic style that combined presents a unique exhibit to be enjoyed by all ages. The exhibit will be in the library’s second floor hallway gallery through June 30, and the public is invited to join the photographers at a reception on Friday, June 9, from 4-6 pm.

Amy Jasek has exhibited work with both Round Rock Arts and TAGat120Art.  She has also shown at Georgetown Art Center, most recently in the Stereotypes Exhibit.  She exhibited in Round Rock Arts’ Imagine show in 2015 and 2016.  Her work was chosen to be part of the Art Hop in Georgetown in 2014 and 2015, and she has taken part in exhibitions at A Smith Gallery in Johnson City, Texas.  Two of her photographs were included in the wheatpasting public art exhibition “A Prayer, A Hope, and A Dream” that was part of Houston’s FotoFest in 2016. Amy also participated in a small group show at the Jester Annex as part of Round Rock’s public art program, and had a small solo exhibition at The Williamson Museum.  Last year, she took part in the Film Shooters Collective’s exhibition of a selection of work from their 3rd North, South, East, West (NSEW) publication, and in February of this year she participated in the Women Who Shoot Film exhibition at FEED gallery in Illinois.  She is currently instagram curator and website content manager for the Film Shooters Collective, and is a member of Shootapalooza, with whom she recently exhibited at Tilt Gallery and Art Intersection in Arizona.  Her website is texasgirlphotography.com

Holly Moore is resident of Georgetown, Texas, Holly began pursuing the art of photography in 2005. She is a member of the Photographic Society of America, the Sun City Photography Club, The Hill Country Photography Club and the Texas Photographic Society.

She exhibits and competes locally, statewide and internationally. Many of her photographs have been accepted into juried print exhibits throughout Texas. Her photography has been published in the 2011 and 2013 Texas Hill Country Alliance Calendar, the 2012 Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Magazine, the Georgetown View Magazine in 2013 and 2014 and the Williamson County Sun. Holly has had numerous single, one-person, and two-person exhibits at the Healing Arts Gallery/Saint David’s Hospital, the Georgetown Library Red Poppy Cafe and in Sun City, where she has been recognized several times as the Club’s Featured Photographer. Some of her photographs are on permanent display at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center and the Wesleyan at Estrella. In 2015 she was commissioned to create the photography for the Williamson Museum 2017 Calendar.

Holly also enjoys giving back to her community by judging local photography contests and occasionally contributes photographs to the Sun Rays, a local monthly publication. She willingly shares her love for photography with family, friends, the art community and the general public. Her website is photographybyhollymoore.com

Wes Odell is on the Faculty of the Photographic Society of America where he is a Teacher of Photography.  His work has won International and National awards.  He is the Curator of the Healing Arts Gallery at St David’s Hospital and is on the City of Georgetown’s Arts and Culture Board.

Ruby Pecot has competed locally and statewide and has received numerous awards & ribbons from competitions such as The State Fair of Texas, The City of Richardson, Round Rock Arts Council “Imagine”, The Banner Project, Georgetown, The International Center for Aird & Semiarid lands Studies at Texas Tech University and the Scenic City International Photo Exhibition. Her work has been exhibited at the Framers Gallery, Stinger Gallery, Scott & White Hospital, Round Rock, Tx and Jon Margeaux Gallery in Lake Charles, LA as well as the Georgetown Library, St. David’s Hospital Healing Arts Gallery and various locations within Sun City.