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Four new photography shows open this weekend


Phototroph Gallery owner Elaine Bean opens a show of her own work on Friday
  • Phototroph Gallery owner Elaine Bean opens a show of her own work on Friday

Photography lovers will have plenty to peruse this weekend as four new shows open around town.

At the Business of Art Center you can see the actual photographs featured in this week's issue of the Independent in FOCUS: 24 Hours in the Pikes Peak Region. They'll hang on the walls of the Garage at 515 Manitou Ave. until Dec. 31 but the opening reception takes place Friday, Dec. 6, from 5 to 8 p.m. Call 685-1861 for more.

Just down the street at the Manitou Center for Photography, 103 Ruxton Ave., photographer and teacher Carol Dass has organized another show of photographs by her UCCS students titled OverExposed. The opening reception is also from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday. Call 963-8501.

At Phototroph Gallery, beneath the Colorado Avenue bridge at 218 W. Colorado Ave., gallery owner Elaine Bean presents a show of her own photos from two digital photography projects, Thin Layers and Caught in the Headlights. This exhibit -- surprise -- opens from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, and will be up through Dec. 22. Call 442-6995 for more.

Beginning Saturday, Dec. 7, at Poor Richard's, 324 N. Tejon St., Barry Brown will display a series of photographs called China -- A Glimpse. The exhibit will be up through the New Year. Call 632-7721 for more.

-- Noel Black

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