219, The Workshop at 219
Founded in 2019, the Workshop at 219 is a studio space in Historic Downtown Clifton, Texas dedicated to promoting creativity through art lessons, art events, open studio time, featured artist workshops, and camps. Our resident artist and community of local artists work side-by-side with students in a friendly environment.
Each of our artists has experience in the studio and in the classroom – meaning you get teachers with great art technique and great teaching technique too. Studio rentals are also available upon request with prior reservation. Please contact us to learn more about our offerings.”
Our mission is to encourage and inspire artistic growth in a safe space for all kinds of artists – from beginners to professionals. We believe in unlocking the creative within each and every one of us, and share the skills needed to for you to do so with confidence. We know that life with art is more fun and balanced, and encourage all people to seek the artist within. Whether you’re a professional looking for new inspiration, a brand new student hoping to learn a thing or two about art, or if you’re simply interested in picking up a new hobby, Workshop at 219 is here to welcome you into the fold. You never know what you can do until you try, and we’re here to guide you!”
Megan Major is the Resident Artist, Instructor and local artist in Clifton, Texas. She specializes in oil painting, acrylic, graphite, penmanship, and hand-built pottery. In addition to fine art, she has painted many murals in Central Texas and produces the Uff Da Trolls seen around Clifton. Megan owns and operates Workshop at 219 and 219 Artisan Market in Historic Downtown Clifton. She teaches art for all ages, from beginning to advanced. And with her network of local artists, if she can’t teach it, she can find someone who can.
Megan grew up in Clifton and then attended Texas A&M University. She holds a professional degree in Landscape Architecture. After working in the field for eight years, she returned to Clifton to settle down and pursue a career in art.