Art On The Square (Morganton, NC)

Art On The Square Morganton, NC May 30th

Join artists from every corner of North Carolina and beyond for ART ON THE SQUARE, an outdoor fine arts show to be held in Morganton. Artists will present their work on the grassy lawn of the Historic Old Courthouse in the center of Downtown. Painters, Jewelers, Photographers, Sculptors, Woodworkers, Potters, and more will be participating in this one day event. Musicians, food vendors, beer and wine vendors will also be featured.

  • Tom Banfield – Clay  
  • Pam Dergins – Whirly Girl Woodworking
  • Cindy Douglass – Stardust Pottery – Clay
  • Diane Enger – Time & Again Designs – Jewelry
  • Eugenie Fein – Painting
  • Tyler Grace – Handcrafted Bells – Jewelry
  • Carol Griffin – Chi Chi Custom Bags
  • Sarah Harris – Hedgehog Hills Soaps & Sundries
  • Mary Jarrett – Fiber
  • Casey Kilgore – Canvas children’s specialty artwork
  • Nathaniel Lesch-Huie – Woodworker
  • Nhia Lo – Hmong Pandau Needlework
  • Marty Lineberger – Painting
  • Randy Mach – Painting
  • Linda McAllister – Photography
  • Margaret McGinnis – Fiber
  • Elaine Moore – Beads by Elaine
  • Jeanne Novak – Beaded Gypsy
  • Beth Riddle – Jewelry
  • Gary Ritchie and Amber Rickertsen – Turning Tree Workshop
  • Suzie Rowland – Clay Sculpture
  • Carol Sailing – Painting
  • Hannah Seng – Painting
  • Harry Seng – Clay
  • Salem Shannon – Jewelry
  • Robert Webb – Painting
  • Tim White – Painting
  • Heritage Homestead Dairy – Goat Cheese
  • Bill Wilson will be on hand to sign copies of his first published book, The Tall Tall Tree
  • Renee Michelle’s Bakery
  • Musical Entertainment throughout the day featuring Alan Darveaux at 11:30 and Catharine Henderson at 2:00.
  • Brown Mountain Bottleworks will be on hand (at noon) to proudly serve many delicious drink varieties, both from NC and beyond. We will have a stellar blonde, IPA, and porter on hand from Appalachian Mountain Brewing (Boone, NC), along with some refreshing seasonal wine choices as well. Cash bar only – must be 21 or older to imbibe.
  • Historic Burke Foundation will have brochures, membership information.
  • Be sure to visit the Jailhouse Gallery for the Appalachian Pastel Society Exhibition.
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