North Penn Arts Alliance Artists to show at the Morgan Log House

The 2012 season at the Morgan Log House will provide something new each month. This year space inside the Morgan Log House will be used to display the works of the members of the North Penn Arts Alliance. From April to October individual artists will have their works on display inside this unique historic structure. The Morgan Log House and the area around it was settled 1708 by Edward Morgan, the house was deeded to his son John and the property was owned by the Morgan family until 1741. This structure was used by many different families until 1965. The Morgan Log House is owned by Towamencin Township but is administrated by the Welsh Valley Preservation Society. The Society’s Mission is to educate the public about the history of Towamencin Township and its place in Pennsylvania history as demonstrated by the architecture of the Morgan Log House, the lives of its past residents and their material culture. The displaying artists of the North Penn Arts Alliance will display works depicting historical landscapes such as the Morgan Log House, history, artifacts, agriculture and animal husbandry. Each month with the exception of May, an individual member will have the opportunity to display their artworks either two-dimensional or three-dimensional.

For more information on Art at The Morgan Log House please contact the Morgan Log House at 215-368-2480 or the North Penn Arts Alliance at 215-393-9110.