Over 12 Artists Now At West Union Art Studios: 5th Year Anniversary Celebration Saturday, November 30th

MORGANTON, NC (November 6, 2019) — Celebrating our 5-year anniversary of collaborating with artists of all mediums, West Union Art Studios invites the community from 10-8pm Saturday, November 30 in their Downtown Morganton gallery at 113 West Union Street. We welcome you to come meet our artists, enjoy food and drinks, and see current work. West Union Art Studios is a group studio, gallery and music education space in downtown Morganton, North Carolina. The studio brings 12 artists together with working studios and gallery space, art instruction and mentoring, harboring art culture and art education to the area, and the renovation of a historic building in downtown Morganton. Our artists range from musicians, potters, painters and much more. Resident artists are provided working collaborative space and gallery display. All artists pitch in to work during gallery hours (open Wednesday – Saturday 10-6pm, with some extended holiday hours). West Union Art Studios’ gallery showcases work from the resident artists and participants of the Signature Day Program of the Enola Group. We all enjoy working together in bringing art to Morganton.


At West Union Art Studios we make musicians with the chops to play across genres by building a solid classical music base. We started offering music lessons in the Fall of 2019 and are currently enrolling for Piano, Guitar, Ukulele and Violin!


Adam and Molly Mackay of Barn Loft Pottery and owners of West Union Art Studios.

Glenn Tanzer of Glenn Tanzer Pottery.

Lynn Justice of Cornerstone Clay, pottery.

Mary Ervin of Ervin Road Pottery.

Lynn Mcwhorter, potter

Paul Soper, potter

Kara Jones, painter.

David Clayton, painter.

Damien Overcash and Tiffany Salas of Beanpot Studios, ceramics.

Robert Gucwa, Music instructor for Guitar, Ukulele and Violin.

Adam Mackay, Piano teacher.

Artwork by the Signature Day Program and The Enola Group

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