The following arts calendar feature appeared in the January 2011 "Best Of" issue of County Line Magazine. Our thanks to Winnsboro Center for the Arts for hosting the exhibit, which runs from November 19, 2010 through January 22, 2011. | Lindy's photos now enjoy exposure in a number of shops and restaurants in downtown Winnsboro, including our own Adler & Hearne Store (the land of "ahs") just inside the front door of Main Street Antiques & Collectibles, across from Art & Espresso and Brewbaker's Restaurant & Pub (two of our favorite, local live-music venues -- in addition to Crossroads of course, which we founded in 2005). | When you're passing through Winnsboro, stop in and enjoy our quirky collection of music, photos, and of course -- antique, retro and vintage finds. (Open Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Here's the news as it read in the County Line:
Images with deep roots in rural East Texas are on display at Winnsboro Center for the Arts (WCA) through January 22 in an exhibit by photographer and touring songwriter Lindy Hearne. Hearne finds inspiration for his photos and his songs from the ordinary to the extraordinary. The exhibit includes glimpses from his East Texas piney woods home outside Winnsboro, to images captured ‘on the road.’ Plus a few song lyrics thrown in for good measure.
The exhibit features framed and matted fine art prints, and photo note cards, and the works are available for purchase with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the art center.
WCA exhibit hours are Tuesdays through Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and during special events. It’s recommended that patrons call the volunteer-managed art center to verify hours of operation at 903.342.0686.
Winnsboro Center for the Arts is at 200 N. Market St., across Broadway (Hwy 11) from the Winnsboro Depot. Winnsboro is an official State of Texas Cultural Arts District.