Beth Mueller was born in rural Indiana. Her artwork is inspired by having lived there, her travels, family, and day to day experiences.
She received a BA from Eckerd College. During her time there, she also worked at Studio Santa Reparata in Florence Italy, learning printmaking.
Upon graduation, she served a two year apprenticeship in the pottery studio of John Glick.
Before becoming a full time studio artist she worked as a camp counselor, supervisor for a housing shelter, waitress, bartender, and a French teacher, not necessarily in that order.
She now designs and makes by hand a line of fine art prints, stationery and pottery in Barre, Vermont where she lives with her family.
Her work is sold in galleries + museum shops around the country + her pieces are included in numerous private and museum collections.