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Sherry Hallemeier

Passions Photography by s.hallemeier

Saint Charles, MO 63301

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Purple is Passion and Passion is my Photography...by s.hallemeier

Hi, my name is Sherry and I am a wife to a wonderful husband of 31 years, a mother to two grown children and a very proud grandmother to a beautiful baby girl. My passions are photography, creating art, boating and just being on the lake. I am the owner and photographer of Passions-Photography by s.hallemeier and now have my own personal website and on line store as lists below. My art has received awards, won contests and have been featured on websites including Fine Art America. Please, all art and photography are copyright protected from including but not limited to downloads, copies, duplications, borrowing etc. and require written authorization to be used in any way. I welcome any constructive critism, advice or information that anyone has as it has already helped me considerably in becoming who I am today. My camera of choice is a Canon Rebel EOS T1i, I love creating still life art and have just completed an in home studio. Please visit my website for more art -http://www.passions-photography by s.hallemeier

All artwork on this website is copyright protected. Please feel free to view the artwork at no cost, however using the artwork for any purpose, without permission including but not limited to digital downloads, image downloads, copying, pasting, marketing, personal use, etc. is NOT allowed. Please contact me if you would like special permission and thank you in advance for adhering to this matter.

 

Country Porch in B and W by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Sitting and Looking at our Dogwood Tree by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Happy Mothers Day No. 2 by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Happy Mothers Day No. 1 by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Simple Pleasures by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Mother...Tell Me Your Memories by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Flowers from the Garden by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Grandmother...Tell Me Your Memories by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Grandma Tell Me Your Memories... by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Ladies Tea Time by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Tea Party Time by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Tea Time 2nd Rendition by Sherry Hallemeier

 

An Artist's Painting on the Computer by Sherry Hallemeier

 

The Beauty and Depth of a Bed of Tulips by Sherry Hallemeier

 

The Beauty of Tulips without Color by Sherry Hallemeier

 

A Display of Tulips by Sherry Hallemeier

 

The Beauty of Purple Tulips by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Summertime Beauty by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Even Tulips are Beautiful in Black and White by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Tulips Sitting on a Chair by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Tulip on the Chair by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Single Again by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Tulips From the Garden by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Walking the Right Path by Sherry Hallemeier

 

A Wonderful Valentines Day Evening by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Peeking in thru the Window by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Romantic Nights by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Welcome to our Home by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Wine and Fruit by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Drink Fo Two in Black and White by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Coming To Life by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Grapes and Wine by Sherry Hallemeier

 

A Basket of Wine and Grapes by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Basket of Wine and Grapes by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Grapes on the Vine I by Sherry Hallemeier

 

A Sketch of Grapes on the Vine by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Beauty of Red Cherries by Sherry Hallemeier

 

The Art of Cherries and Berries by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Memories of Jams, Preserves and Jellies by Sherry Hallemeier

 

The Fruit Bowl by Sherry Hallemeier

 

The Dining Room Table by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Gathering To The Table for Fruit and Wine by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Precious Fruit Bowl by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Precious Fruit Bowl by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Bowl of Fruit in B and W by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Mahogany Bowl of Lemons and Limes by Sherry Hallemeier

 

Everything is Just Peachy by Sherry Hallemeier

 

My Painting A Work In Process by Sherry Hallemeier