The Village Potters, located in The River Arts District in Asheville NC, is a pottery like none other and one you don’t want to miss. Founded by Potter Sarah Wells Rolland and her husband, George Rolland, The Village Potters is a creative, collaborative community created to nurture an ideal work space and culture for freedom in creative exploration and expression. The Village Potters houses the permanent studios of six unique and masterful professional potters. They are Sarah Wells Rolland, Lori Theriault, Judi Harwood, Melanie Robertson, Christine Henry and Julia Mann. Their work is available in three exquisite Galleries on site, as well as select pieces available exclusively in the Online Shop. The Village Potters work closely with clients to make work that marries the potters’ unique style with the tastes and needs of clients’ homes and office. The Village Potters also have a fully equipped Education Center providing ongoing classes in wheel, hand building, and specialty classes like sculpture, surface design, and jewelry making for the beginning and intermediate student. The Advanced Studies Program built upon Independent Study and Mentoring is designed specifically for the highly motivated emerging potter. The Village Potters offer Masters Series Workshops for their students, interns, and the larger potter community as well. Please come by and shop for some of the finest pottery in the south, see potters at work, and tour the facility. And if you’re interested in getting your hands in clay, ask about our Create Your Own Workshop.
Hours: Monday – Saturday, 10-6 (Winter hours: Jan -March 10-4)
828-253-2424 • email@example.com
The Village Potters is located at Riverview Station, in Asheville’s River Arts District,
at 191 Lyman Street, #180. Click for a map and directions.
Calling All Potters: Save the Date!!
Saturday, May 12, 2018
11:00am – 4:00pm
Join us for our Spring Open House as we celebrate all things clay: test out clays carried by The Village Potters Clay Company, win bags of clay or bags of test tiles, see work exhibited by area potters already using our clay! The public is also invited to get their hands dirty and play in the clay, and tour our newly expanded facility!