The Carter Payne

320 S. WEBER ST. | 4-11 P.M.

Presenting the COS19 Century Project featuring the work of three Colorado Springs photographers, Dan Russell, Angela Crews and Don Jones, for First Friday, July 2. Exhibit remains on display through August 31.

ABOUT THE EXHIBIT

The exhibit features approximately 30 images of 19th-century Colorado Springs landmarks, architecture and landscapes using 19th-century cameras and lenses, and original chemistry recipes. The exhibit will be showing original wet plate collodion images as well as images created from a dry plates and printed using a print process known as Van Dyke brown.

ABOUT THE CARTER PAYNE

Built in 1897, the Carter-Payne Chapel was originally an African Methodist Episcopal church. Always intended to be a community gathering place, today it is a multi-concept space shared by Local Relic, a brewery producing 200 unique beers per year; Crusade Wine Bar, Araucana Cocktails, and Breakfast for Dinner by Chef Brent Beavers, serving innovative Colorado cuisine.

Pictured: Work from the COS19 Century Project. Photo courtesy Dan Russell.