Handmade Pottery Dishes in Asheville That Are Functional, Creative, and One of a Kind
Welcome to the studio of Angelique Tassistro, an iconic Asheville potter who is known for her playful ceramic dinnerware and for making splashes by inventing a signature process and style all her own!
That signature process, known in the pottery world as “layered underglaze,” produces a rich and colorful aesthetic on the surface of her handmade pottery that makes each dish, tumbler, and bowl an incredibly unique piece. And while each handmade ceramic dish crafted by Angelique is a work of art, they’re also functional, perfectly suited for everyday use in the kitchen and on the dining table!
Plan Your Visit to Angelique’s Asheville Ceramics Studio
Visiting Asheville and love original art?
Stop by Angelique’s studio and see her celebrated, innovative style for yourself. Learn all about her acclaimed approach to handmade pottery. And while the photos are great, there’s nothing like enjoying the funky handmade ceramic pieces in person.
Angelique’s studio is nestled in the River Arts District of Asheville and is open to the public Monday through Saturday 11 am - 4 pm or by appointment. Visit the studio at 5 River Arts Place Suite 101, Asheville NC 28801, located within Curve Studios, a converted industrial building in the heart of Asheville's River Arts District that is home to working artists and galleries. The River Arts District is the epicenter of Asheville's nationally-recognized art scene. Plan an afternoon and enjoy wandering in and out of studios, viewing original art, and perhaps catching a glimpse of an artist at work.
Handmade Pottery by Angelique: The Quintessential Asheville Gift
Looking for an enchanting wedding gift for an art-loving friend? Want to bring a memento home from your Asheville mountain adventures? Angelique’s award-winning, handmade ceramic dinnerware has been winning the hearts of art lovers all over the world; her dishes and bowls become family heirloom pieces used and enjoyed in daily use. Grace your dinner table with original art from an iconic potter.