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Home Studios in the Heart of Asheville, North Carolina

Robert and Kathie Kline have lived in Asheville’s Kenilworth neighborhood since 1986.  Kathie’s backyard pottery studio has been bustling with activity since it was built in 2007, and Robert converted their basement to a woodturning studio the following year. Their current artistic pursuits grew out of a 36-year partnership as best friends and parents.  They specialize in distinctive designs that are both functional and affordable. Kathie creates unique handmade porcelain pottery for everyday use while Robert turns one-of-a-kind wooden bowls from fallen trees native to the region.

Centerpoint’s pottery is available year-round online and at many galleries and craft shows. Potter and Centerpoint employee Kyle J. Carpenter is the force behind an increasing number of shows featuring Kathie’s work this year. His popular planters and Kathie’s vases and dinnerware will be available at the new Spruce Street Market, held in downtown Asheville every Saturday through September 20th.  See our Calendar to see other days Kyle will be displaying work.

Visit the Centerpoint Etsy Shop and Amazon listings to view currently available pottery, pricing, and shipping information, as well as turnaround times. Popular items sell quickly and many pieces are made-to-order, so please visit often for updates on inventory & availability.

Robert’s woodturning is limited by his work schedule as a family practice physician.  As much as he loves his work with patients, he looks forward to the day when he can stay home and play in the studio.