Kathryn Myers has been a potter for 35 years, producing functional wheel-thrown stoneware and white stoneware pieces, meant to be used and enjoyed everyday. After apprenticing at Stowe Pottery and graduating in ceramics from Kirkland College, Kathryn moved to Middlebury, VT to her first studio in the basement of Frog Hollow Craft Center.
After a year at Pottery Northwest in Seattle, she returned to Vermont, this time to Woodstock. She began the partnership Woodstock Artisans, a gallery and pottery workshop. For 25 years, visitors were invited to watch potters at work. Kathryn was pleased to bring this experience to cooperatively run Collective, an artisan-run and collectively-owned gallery in Woodstock.