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Matthew Raynor Photography At Southampton Cultural Center

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Matt Raynor "Beautiful Birch."

authorStaff Writer on Nov 23, 2020

The photography of Hampton Bays resident Matthew Raynor will be on view in an exhibition at the Southampton Cultural Center opening Saturday, December 5. Raynor, who suffered a spinal cord injury in a diving accident in April 2019 that left him paralyzed from the chest down, will be displaying a combination of pre-injury and post-injury art in the show.

“It's a great time to come and view my new aerial photography,” Raynor said. “I will have matted prints as well as large aluminum prints available for purchase.”

Due to COVID-19 safety measures, the exhibition will be viewable in time slots. Masks are required and a limited number of tickets are available at eventbrite.com. Search for the show by entering “Matthew Raynor @ Southampton Cultural Center.”

Opening weekend slots for the exhibition are available on Friday, December 4, from 5 to 8 p.m., Saturday, December 5, from 4 to 8 p.m., and Sunday, December 6, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Similar slots will also be available December 18 through 20.

The exhibition will be on view through January anytime the Southampton Cultural Center is open. Southampton Cultural Center is at 25 Pond Lane in Southampton. Visit scc-arts.org for hours.

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