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It’s hard to overstate the impact Glenn Eure of Glenn Eure’s Ghost Fleet Gallery fame has had on the Outer Banks art scene. This article from Carolina Designs blog describes a different side to Glenn’s public persona.

Glenn Eure speaking at this year's Frank Stick Memorial Art Show.

Glenn Eure speaking at this year’s Frank Stick Memorial Art Show.

“One of the best things about living on the Outer Banks is its active and creative art scene. It spans all ages and genres and filters into every aspect of our way of life.

And here’s the most remarkable thing about it–almost everyone who’s involved in the local arts scene can trace at least part of their success back to the same person, Glenn Eure. He’s in his 80s now, and he might have slowed down a bit, but he remains in many ways the heart and soul of the creative Outer Banks spirit. ”

To read the complete story, click HERE.

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