Denver Exhibit Highlights Photos from Artists Who Were Once Blind  |  March 9, 2016

mw181co67gkqon36a1d8813qeqru2-703353312607A new exhibit at the Space Gallery in Denver showcases photographs taken by people who were once blind, but can now see because of a corneal transplant. The Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank (RMLEB) is presenting the event to honor National Eye Donation Month.

RMLEB asked cornea recipients in Colorado and Wyoming to pick up a camera and capture things they were most grateful to be able to see with their restored vision.

The exhibit is open for one night on March 10 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. You can get more information on the event here.

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