Why not pause a bit this weekend and visit the Gallery 62
West? We will be open Friday and Saturday from 11am to 1pm. We are featuring the photographic work of the Taylor County Photography Club. This show is going to be a great one - featuring the works of our members both past and present.
Its difficult to imagine that its been nearly a year since we were treated to the works of Frederick J. Ripley. His photography and presentation about railroading was one of the high lights of our fall schedule of events.
I wanted to let our train buffs know that he is exhibiting in Elkins. His absolutely stunning railroad photography will be on exhibit at the WV Railroad Museum, located at 2 Railroad Ave until the end of October. If you are in the area, stop by and take a look!
They've dusted off those lenses and have taken some amazing photos! And now its time to show them off. The Taylor County Photography Club of the TCAC will be holding a photography show starting Oct 2, 2020 and running to Nov 7.
The photography club had disbanded for a while, but are back in full force and we are excited to announce this show! It's the first show to feature the work of Taylor County Photography Club members since they have reestablished and joined us at the TCAC. We are looking forward to seeing their photographic work!
We are still working under limited hours, due to the Covid 19 pandemic. We will be open every Friday and Saturday from 11am to 1pm.
Masks (provided if you forget yours) are required during your visit to the Gallery, along with 6 ft distancing in order to protect you and our volunteers.
Past and present members are encouraged to exhibit and photos can be dropped off Thursday, October 1 from 4:00-6:00 p.m.
Another great article from our friends at the Mountain Statesman.
“This is the first show to feature the work of Taylor County Photography Club members since they have reestablished and joined us at the TCAC. And we are excited to have them,” shared event organizer and TCAC member Deb White.
According to White, the show, which is slated to run from October 2 until November 7, is open to past and present photography club members.
You won't want to miss this show!
October is on the way and we are excited to announce that the October show will be featuring the work of the Photo Club of the Taylor County Arts Council.
The show will be opening Friday Oct 2. The gallery is continuing to maintain limited hours due to the ongoing Covid 19 pandemic. We will continue to be open Fridays and Saturdays from 11am to 1pm.
We hope to see works done by all members - past and present!
Work can be dropped off Sept 25th and 26th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm or October 1st from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Gallery 62 West. For more information and forms please contact Deb White.
From our friends and community partners at the Taylor County Family Resources. They have fresh produce to distribute today!
An amazing artist who started her career later in life. Happy birthday to American folk artist Grandma Moses!
Anna Mary Robertson started painting at age 78, her talent and overwhelming success just goes to show that It's never too late to start something new.
And of course, there is art!
Cate Campbell, born in Grafton, WV., is an artist living on Tybee Island near Savanah, GA. We are happy that some of her works are on exhibit at Gallery 62 West, now through September 26th. Her paintings are not only of the Georgia seacoast, but also of West Virginia. Visit the gallery, and maybe you will smile at shared experiences.
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Hurry on over to the Gallery 62 West. Open from 11-1 today! Catleen Cline Campbell’s exhibit is wonderful!