"UW Terrace," Photography, Vincent Holmes
Vincent is retired from the Wisconsin Division of Vocational
Rehabilitation, where he worked 29 years in various administrative
positions, including 9 years as a District Director for the SW region.
Was on Display:
March - April 2013
"My name is Vincent Holmes. I have been deaf since age 5 and still
making progress with my cochlear implant, which I acquired 14 years
ago. I have enjoyed photography in various forms for as long as I've
been able to push a shutter button. I am a native of the south having
grown up in Tampa, Florida with frequent summers in Georgia and the Low
Country (Charleston), South Carolina. Wisconsin has been home for the
past 30 years, where I've found a rich variety of landscapes and
architecture. Among my favorites are apparently insignificant structures
such as Wilkes School outside of Waunakee, and the internationally
famous University of Wisconsin sites such at the Union Terrace on Lake
Mendota. Regardless of the season, the terrace chairs are always great
subjects. I am a son of the south but haven't found farm scenery as
beautiful as those I find on random drives through Wisconsin's rural
roads. I also enjoy sports photography, and, of course, what I am able
to capture during visits to Tampa."
Sample images from the art display at 1 West Wilson
Street. Select each image to open a larger version.
If you are interested in purchasing any of Vincent Holmes' photographs,
please feel free to contact him by email.
June 18, 2014