Cheyenne Artist James Black Showcases Art at Castillo de San Marcos
James Black's ancestors were imprisoned inside the Castillo de San Marcos more than 140 years ago, and those ancestors created ledger art during their confinement. Inspired by their story, Black has continued the tradition of creating ledger art. Each day at 12:30 p.m., he will give a formal presentation about his connection to the park and how he taught himself to create art in the traditional way. Throughout the day, visitors are welcome to view his art, speak to him and learn more about his personal story. General admission is $10; youth 15 and under are free. The Castillo is open from 8:45 a.m.-5 p.m.