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Artworks & Galleries Salisbury-Rowan County has several North Carolina art galleries and museums, featuring works by local artists, such as this outdoor sculpture.

North Carolina Art Museums & Galleries in Rowan County



Rowan County boasts a variety of art venues including collective art galleries featuring multiple artists as well as individual artists' studios.


Center for Faith & the Arts

Address: 207 W. Harrison St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-647-0999
Description: Founded in 1995, Center for Faith & the Arts set out to be a regional center, to provide a functioning organization for relating faith to the high arts in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, eastern Tennessee, and northern Georgia.

Fine Frame Gallery

Address: 105 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-647-0340
Description: Located in Historic Downtown Salisbury, Fine Framing assists with quick and convenient framing solutions, as well as restoration, installation and design, and picture lighting. They can cater to your custom framework needs!

Grievous Gallery

Address: 313 E. Council St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 980-330-1278
Description: A unique art-entertainment spot, this deconstructed warehouse is a place to create art out of the frustrations of life by throwing bottles, dishes and glassware until your hearts content. The broken glass is turned into beautiful artwork and displayed in the art gallery on site.

Live Thread Studio

Address: 1210 Edgedale Dr., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 215-300-4369
Description: Live Thread Studio is the working textile and fiber studio of Liese Sadler, where her designed and handwoven, hand- dyed cloth, apparel and scarves, rugs and other interior woven are available. Liese also hand felts with wool she dyes to create vessels and other three dimensional pieces. Studio visits are by appointment only and custom orders are welcomed.

Off Main Gallery

Address: 1020 E. Innes St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-639-1890
Description: Off Main Gallery is operated by a local artist and features upscale antique furniture and décor, Civil War Prison prints, t-shirts, note cards, and Salisbury, NC Postal souvenir books.

Old Sarum Gallery

Address: 124 W. Innes St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-639-0006
Description: Old Sarum Gallery has been located in Historic Downtown Salisbury since 1991. They offer the area's best 19th and 20th century fine art, investment quality paintings, appraisals, museum-quality restoration of paintings and gold- leaf frames, and consultation in building collections for individuals, corporations, or as investments.

Pottery 101

Address: 101 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-209-1632
Description: Pottery 101 is a retail pottery gallery and has a teaching studio beneath the store for community pottery classes and parties.

Rail Walk Studios & Gallery

Address: 409–413 N. Lee St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-469-2781
Description: Rail Walk Studios & Gallery is located in the Rail Walk Arts District of Historic Downtown Salisbury, NC, and is housed in a former warehouse near the restored Salisbury railroad depot. The brainchild of artist Marietta Foster Smith, Rail Walk Studios & Gallery opened in September 2006, and provides studio space for lease to artists, as well as a shared gallery display space.

River Pines Pottery

Address: 835 St. Stephens Church Rd., Gold Hill, NC 28071
Phone: 704-630-9978
Description: River Pines is your home for pottery, jewelry and other handcrafted treasures. Take a few moments to stop by and you might see them making jewelry or pottery on site. Special orders are accepted.

Salisbury Art Station

Address: 215 N. Depot St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Phone: 704-754-0853
Description: Salisbury Art Station (SAS) is an art education facility and gallery space that offers an array of creative opportunities for all ages!  Programs include painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, and multi-media exploration. SAS instructors will share their knowledge of the historical, technical, and conceptual aspects of art. Students are taught to see the world around them in a new and exciting way. They foster manual dexterity, motivation, problem-solving, and most importantly, healthy communication.
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