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Art show captures rock and roll legends

WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

Several Texomans got a show of a lifetime on Saturday as several rock legends were all in one room and up on the walls.

Ninth Street Studios "This is Rock and Roll" art show will keep their doors open until Sunday. Photographer Carl Dunn captured an experience through a camera lens.

"It was a great time to be alive," Dunn said.

Dunn caught moments in time from some of the greatest rock stars.

"That's all it amounts to. that's all any photograph amounts to is a moment of time," Dunn said.

He hoped those moments provide a special memory for the viewers. 

"They can immediately look at something and be transported to a moment, a memory, it provides them hopefully a pleasant memory," Dunn said.

"I've never got to see most of these people in concert so to see this is fantastic. again, we keep going back to it but just to have his work out here," Stephen Taylor 9th Street Studios manager said. "We are proud."

Dunn bought his first camera in 1968 but started creating his first photo album before then.

"I didn't start then," Dunn said. "I started taking my mother's Polaroid out of a secret hiding place and taking pictures of the TV set with it."

There was a five dollar charge to enjoy the photos and a Dog Waltz musical performance Saturday night but for Sunday's encore, the doors are open for free, at noon and close at six.

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