In our constantly connected world of endless emails, and spam calls, it can be easy to take infrastructure and the concept of connection for granted – but what if we didn’t have that? What if your means of connecting with family or getting mail or groceries was a ferry?
For those who lived on North Carolina’s Outer Banks, from 1924-1950 – it was. In a work by Outer Banks native and artist, Wayne Fulcher, the famous Oregon Inlet Ferry Barcelona is celebrated for the essential connection it provided.
This series is made possible by the generous support of the Newport News Arts Commission and the York County Arts Commission.