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Riverview Station was named for its proximity to the French Broad River. Originally built as a tannery in 1902, Riverview Station is now a historic building over a century old and the largest arts building in the River Arts District. The complex houses the working studios and showrooms of over 80 artists and businesses. The building is 120,000 square feet of creative energy! Here you can find single artist studios, collective studios, and galleries.

Among the exceptional offerings is The Village Potters Clay Center. This center is a vibrant creative community dedicated to the exploration of clay. It’s one of the premier ceramic centers serving the entire region of Western North Carolina with a four-showroom gallery, The Village Potters is a destination that ceramic art and pottery enthusiasts will not want to miss.

Hours: Daily 10 am-5 pm, hours vary among individual studios

Other craft artists at Riverview Station include:

Akira Satake Ceramics

Alison Chism Art, glass

Asheville Print Studio, printmaking

Bluebird Designs, jewelry

BZ Design Textiles

Button Florist, ceramics/mixed media

Cara May Knits, artisan knitwear

Burnt Toast Fused Glass

High Fiber, hand printed textiles

Ignite Jewelry Studios, jewelry

Kelcy Loomer, jewelry

Kristen Malone, hand blown glass

LCD Glass, flame working and glass jewelry

Vitrum Collective, metals & glass

You Are Here, sculpture


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