Carol Gouthro, a graduate of the University of Manitoba School of Art, Canada is a Seattle based ceramic artist and educator who has been working and exhibiting for over 30 years. Carol has an extensive exhibition record with 25 solo shows and numerous invitational and juried exhibitions. Her ceramic work has been published in numerous books including The Yixing Effect by Marvin Sweet, the Teapot Book by Steve Woodhouse and several of the 500 Series by Lark books. Carol’s ceramic work has been featured in the portfolio section of American Craft magazine, the cover of Ceramics Monthly along with two major articles including the feature article Carol Gouthro’s Futuristic Artifacts  by Judy Wagonfeld and a profile article Biorhythms by Judy Seckler in the December 2013 issue of Ceramics Art and Perception.
Her work is included in many public and private collections including Racine Art Museum, Kamm Foundation Collection, University of Washington Medical Center, Washington State Arts Commission and the Contemporary Ceramics Collection at Harborview.