Though currently closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, 310 ART is offering a variety of interactive online classes for all levels! See class details and register on their website.
See the works of 25 local artists (mostly painters) at 310 ART in the River Arts District. Find a variety of styles and techniques in all price levels (great place to find a perfect souvenir of your trip), including contemporary paintings, sculpture, jewelry, mixed media, and photography. Watch five in-residence artists at work in their studios. Also, their school is the oldest and most respected independent art school for adults in the Asheville area, and they offer a wide range of classes, ranging from 1, 2 or 3-day workshops to weekly open studio classes for all levels, including beginners.
Located just two miles from downtown Asheville and Biltmore Estate, this should be one of your first stops in the River Arts District, adjacent to The Village Potters.
Owner Fleta Monaghan's work is in collections around the world and works in oils, cold wax, encaustic, mixed media relief and small sculpture.
Get hands-on with a fun and interactive class at the 310 ART School taught by 9 local accomplished artists and 3 very accomplished traveling artists. Their students travel from all around the country to participate in specialty classes not offered elsewhere. You'll love getting a hands-on experience in an authentic artist's working studio.
Encaustic teacher Bridget Benton
Here's a sampling of classes:
Go to their Website to see all the upcoming art classes and workshops.
Riverview Station is home to many artist and studios. 310 ART is located on the north end, adjacaent to The Village Potters (owned by Fleta's sister, Sarah Rolland). They are two miles from the middle of downtown Asheville and 2.5 miles from the entrance of Biltmore Estate. Set GPS for:
191 Lyman Street, #310
Asheville, NC 28801
January-February: Monday-Saturday, 12 Noon-4 PM
March-December: Monday-Saturday, 11 AM-5 PM
On Sundays and during their holiday break (mid December through early January), the gallery is open by appointment only - just give them a call!