Working Studio of John Mac Kah
JMK Studio236 is the active studio, teaching and workshop site for artist John Mac Kah in the historic Riverview Station, River Arts District of Asheville, NC. A working artist since art school, he teaches from his studio and in workshops nationwide. Classes and workshops in drawing,traditional oils, acrylics.
191 Lyman Street – Front building entrance next to studio 115, go upstairs. Right 2x, then left to the end of the hallway.
Park in the front lot of Riverview Station near Yuzu Patisserie. Take the stairs to the left of their front door. Walk toward the back of the building; Look for signs to JMK Studio 236.
Alternately, go through open alley on the ground floor and look for the stairs and round windows above.
From Lyman St, turn onto Old Lyman St. to the back of Riverview Station which is on your right. Turn right at The Summit on to Foundy Street : take the right driveway, after you pass 12 Bones, look for our round windows.
Come up these stairs, first or second door, on right.
Upcoming Workshops and Events 2018 – 2019
- Of Valley & Ridge: Scenic Journey thru the Blue Ridge Parkway – October 11-13, 2019. An art show of the Blue Ridge Mountains by 21 Western NC Artists. Hosted by Saints of Paint, Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation & Zealandia.
- John C. Campbell Folk School : September 15-21, 2019 – Oil in Plein Air: The Painter’s Craft.
- RADA JMKStudio 236 – Open studios throughout the district. November and Second Saturdays featuring special demos and events.