Kathleen Royster received her MFA from the University of Utah where she was awarded the Ethel Rolapp Award. Her work appears in significant museums, private collections and cited in many publications. Noteworthy are the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Renwick Gallery of the Museum of American Art, Smithsonian located in Washington, D.C. Her work has been cited in the critical discussion of contemporary Ceramics literature. Such references include: Jo Lauria, Color and Fire: Defining Moments in Contemporary Ceramics, 1950-2000; Garth Clark, The Artful Teapot; Marvin Sweet’s, Yixing Effect: Echos of the Chinese Scholar; and Dr. Judith Schwartz, Confrontational Ceramics.
- Julian Hartwell