In an exciting announcement, the Don and Catharine Bryan Cultural Series has prolonged the Ray Matthews Photography Retrospective, an enthralling exhibition adored by visitors from all corners. Due to the incredible enthusiasm and demand, this remarkable showcase will now remain open to the public until October 13, 2023.
The gallery’s doors will be wide open during the week, welcoming art enthusiasts and wanderers alike. From Tuesday through Thursday, the gallery hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on Fridays, it opens at 11 a.m. and welcomes visitors until 4 p.m. You can find this captivating exhibition at Glenn Eure’s Ghost Fleet Gallery, located at 210 E Driftwood Street in Nags Head.
Ray Matthews’ extraordinary talent for capturing the timeless beauty and character of the Outer Banks has resonated deeply with all who have had the privilege to view it. The retrospective has become a must-see attraction, drawing a diverse audience of people seeking to experience the coastal charm and artistic brilliance Matthews so masterfully depicted.
This extension is a tribute to the enduring appeal of Matthews’ work and the lasting impact it has on those fortunate enough to view it. It provides more people with the opportunity to immerse themselves in Matthews’ artistry and explore the exquisite landscapes of the Outer Banks as seen through his lens. The Don and Catharine Bryan Cultural Series and Glenn Eure’s Ghost Fleet Gallery remain devoted to making this retrospective accessible to the public, and the extension ensures that even more individuals can appreciate the legacy of this exceptional photographer.
The retrospective is open to the public, and it offers a unique chance to experience the coastal charm and natural splendor so brilliantly captured by Matthews. “Don’t miss the chance to be a part of this extraordinary tribute to an artist whose work continues to inspire and resonate,” stated the announcement of the extension. The cultural offering of events is made possible with substantial support from TowneBank of Currituck, OBX Chevrolet Buick, Ramada Plaza Hotel of Kill Devil Hills, and Hilton Garden Inn of Kitty Hawk.
The Bryan Cultural Series, a non-profit organization formed in 2012, aims to provide high-quality cultural events, including visual, literary, and performing arts. Comprising a board of directors consisting of nine community leaders, the organization is dedicated to maintaining a high standard by featuring talent with regional and national recognition.