Forgotten, but not gone

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Forgotten, but not gone

Photographer realizes vision in Silverton
STEVE LEWIS/Herald photos
Sam Stevens talks about the process he developed to create the multiple-image works he sells at his gallery, Dreams Lost In Time, on June 29 in Silverton. Stevens, who has been practicing his unique style of photography for three years, said each work is made up of a minimum of 400 images and takes at least a month to complete.
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“Key West,” left, and “Cold Blue,” right, adorn the walls of Stevens’ gallery, Dreams Lost In Time, on June 29 in Silverton.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
“Silver Circle,” left, and “Aspen World,” right, adorn the walls of Stevens’ gallery, Dreams Lost In Time, on June 29 in Silverton.

Forgotten, but not gone

STEVE LEWIS/Herald photos
Sam Stevens talks about the process he developed to create the multiple-image works he sells at his gallery, Dreams Lost In Time, on June 29 in Silverton. Stevens, who has been practicing his unique style of photography for three years, said each work is made up of a minimum of 400 images and takes at least a month to complete.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
“Key West,” left, and “Cold Blue,” right, adorn the walls of Stevens’ gallery, Dreams Lost In Time, on June 29 in Silverton.
STEVE LEWIS/Herald
“Silver Circle,” left, and “Aspen World,” right, adorn the walls of Stevens’ gallery, Dreams Lost In Time, on June 29 in Silverton.
To learn more

Dreams Lost in Time, Sam Stevens’ studio and gallery, is located at 11th and Blair streets on the Old Town Square in Silverton. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week or by appointment. For more information, visit www.dreamslostintime.com.

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