Kathryn Kothe Roszko, owner of CyclePottery, is an avid cyclist, dedicated mother and entrepreneur.
Kathryn’s passion for pottery developed during childhood in Southern Indiana, and flourished after an apprenticeship with Tom White Pottery in Northfield, MA from ’01–’03.
The name CyclePottery represents her two passions, but “Cycle” in CyclePottery can refer to many other cycles. Each person who works with Kathryn can find their own personal meaning in “CyclePottery” and reasons to connect with working in clay. Kathryn created CyclePottery in 2012, a business that not only allows her to balance art, cycling, and motherhood, but also to share her passion with others. Kathryn’s hand thrown stoneware pottery is simple yet beautiful in the attention to the colors and subtle curves of each piece.