Carol Gouthro, a graduate of the School of Art, University of Manitoba,Canada, is a Seattle based ceramic artist and educator who has been maintaining a studio practice and exhibiting for over 40 years. Carol has an extensive exhibition record of solo, invitational, and juried exhibitions, including the current installation of her work in the forum at the Bellevue Arts Museum, Washington, which has been on view for the past year. Other recent shows include Profusion at Eutectic Gallery, Portland, Oregon,2018, The Subversive Flower, NCECA 2018, Pittsbrugh, Pa, Biomophics, at Studio Amoca, Pasadena,Ca, The Evocative Garden NCECA National 2017 Portland, curated by Gail Brown, and Function, Form & Fantasy, Ceramics from the Dr. Robert and Deanna Harris Burger Collection at the Flint Institute of Art, May-Aug 2016.
Her ceramic works have been published in many books and periodicals including the March 2016 issue of Ceramics Monthly with a feature article on her work by Matthew Kangas , Carol Gouthro at Gallery IMA and the March 2018 issue with a feature article by Heidi McKenzie, Ebullience and Gusto with Carol Gouthro.
Carol’s ceramic works are included in many public and private collections including the Racine Art Museum, Kamm Foundation Collection, and Kolvo/Sullivan Ceramic Collection.
Carol teaches workshops internationally, teaching at La Meridiana International Ceramic School in Italy, May 2019 and at the Gaya Ceramic Art Center in Bali Indonesia in August 2019.
In the Seattle area she has been a ceramics instructor at the Seward Park Clay Studio and the Kirkland Arts Center for over 25 years.
Carol currently teaches the following courses:
Handbuilding Continued: Projects in Clay
Handbuilding and Surface Design, Beginning to Intermediate