Curve Studios

bringing people to art & art to life in asheville's river arts district • open everyday

CURVE Holiday Hours

We are CLOSED Sunday & Monday for Christmas Eve & Christmas Day

Open December 26- 30th from 11am to 4pm each day

Closed Sunday & Monday for New Years Eve & New Years Day

Open normal Hours Starting January 2, 2018!

Happy Holidays to you and yours!

 

0 comments December 24, 2017 10:03 am.

Pam Meyer Trunk Show August 10-12, 2017

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0 comments August 8, 2017 11:41 am.

First Ladies @ CURVE

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CURVE had the lovely pleasure to host the First Ladies of Missouri, Mississippi & Georgia this morning. Constance Williams demonstrated encaustic, Pattiy Torno explained quilt process & Alena Hennessy spoke about her upcoming book. Several pieces of Karen Newgard’s ceramic work have found new homes… all in all, a great experience.

0 comments August 20, 2011 12:24 pm.

Happy Birthday to Jessie Mae Jones @ CURVE

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Bea Seiburg and friends held a lovely luncheon today in celebration of the 75th birthday of Jessie Mae Jones… it seems that CURVE artist Lucille Stephens made a painting of Jessie’s house, so Bea & friends bought the painting and gave it to Jessie for her birthday present. There is more of Lucille’s work @ Constance Williams Studios & Gallery @ 9 CURVE studios & garden.

0 comments January 15, 2011 8:00 pm.

Carpenter & Satake on display @ The Mint

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There’s a nice exhibition at the N.C. Mint Museum of historical and contemporary N.C. Pottery from the the Mint’s permanent collection. Featuring various important ceramic regions of North Carolina, Diversity & Traditions includes ceramics drawn from the Mint’s permanent collection. The exhibition includes pieces from such well estabilshed regions as Seagrove, the Catawba Valley, the Moravian settlement in Forsyth County, the mountains, and Penland.

Included in the exhibition are pieces by Curve Studio artists Kyle Carpenter and Akira Satake. Kyle Carpenter’s “Wren Platter” and Akira Satake’s “Teapot” were donated to the Mint Museum’s permanent collection by the Delhom Service League in 2008.

0 comments September 27, 2010 4:25 pm.

Kyle Carpenter @ Mint Museum Pottery Invitational

kylecarpenterliddedjar2009Kyle will be one of a select group of invited artists to show @ the NC Mint Museum’s Potters Market Invitational September 11, 10am – 4pm. North Carolinians are serious about their pottery! The Delhom Service League brings together 40 potters from across the state of North Carolina for the Mint Museum’s Annual Potters Market Invitational. Come early! Pots go quickly at this prestigious event. www.mintmuseum.org/delhom-service-league

0 comments August 19, 2010 1:13 pm.

Pattiy Torno @ CURVE studios & garden

Mimi Strang • garden & wall steel decoratives
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mstrang@charter.net
828.337.2945

Simone Wilson • recycled steel and wood marionettes, garden gates & screens
www.pleasanthughstudio.com
info@pleasanthughstudio.com
828.230.4813

0 comments January 17, 2010 9:21 pm.

CURVE studios & garden • #6, #9 & #12 riverside drive • RIVER ARTS DISTRICT • asheville, NC 28801 • 828.388.3526