Kansas Cityís Imperial Brewery officially opened in the spring of 1902. At its peak in 1910, the brewery produced 338,300 barrels in one year. However, during the National Prohibition of 1919, the brewery sold to the Seaboard Milling Company, producing flour until the mid 1980ís. The building has stood vacant for decades, but very old equipment was left in place, still there even after all these years. The barn that once housed the draft horses that pulled beer delivery and stables inside still remain on the site today. The Imperial Brewing Company building received certification from the National Historic Society in the spring of 2011.
I passed the Old Imperial Brewery Building thousands of times during my life in Kansas City. It...
My name is Elizabeth Sullivan and Iíve lived in the Kansas City area all my life and Olathe for most of the last 20 years. Most of the work I have is photography. I am not completely opposed to experimenting with digitally altering a photograph; I do consider this art as well. But Iíd much prefer knowing that what makes the finished photograph special is the fact that it was actually seen that way in real life.
Many of my images are of landscapes, flowers, or curious architectural elements. Common themes found in my photographs are colors, lines or lighting that caught my eye. Usually they are of subjects that are more simple than busy, or things that might be of interest to the eye of a child.
I have had very little art...
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