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Stylish, Functional, & Handmade

The Clay Coyote is a Gallery and Pottery Studio on the edge of prairie in the heARTland of Minnesota! The year-round Gallery carries more than 150 artists from across the country and is the perfect place to find a unique, handmade gift for a loved one (or yourself). The Clay Coyote Studio is also home to a small business incubator for emerging ceramic artists. The Emerging Artists work is available for purchase in the Gallery and online.

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Our Gallery features functional pottery, functional and sculptural glass, unique handmade jewelry, turned wood, forged metals, textile art, and more! The Gallery is the go-to place for special, one-of-a-kind, handmade, affordable gifts in Southwest Minnesota. The Gallery sells the work of more than 150 artists from across the country.

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Can’t make it to our gallery or events soon enough? Look through our online store and order today. We ship worldwide, offer gift wrapping, and would be delighted to help you with a special order.

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"Everything about Clay Coyote and the Gallery is a treasure for us and the appreciative arts community. In moving back to Minnesota, we had no idea we’d be blessed with this wonderful studio. It’s our go-to place for gifts and items for our home and ourselves."

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- Roger and Rita Tiede (Hutchinson, MN)

Meet Morgan

When people ask where I grew up I say, “a pottery farm.” It normally garners a chuckle and a follow up “what’s that?” But it’s my story. In 1994, my mom (Betsy) and her partner (Tom) decided to move our family from the suburbs of Chicago to start what became the Clay Coyote Pottery business on a 60-acre hobby farm in Hutchinson, MN. Read More

Behind the scenes: New Studio tour and Potter’s first weeks

We finished our Studio remodel and the new potters are hard at work. Take a look at these photos from behind the scenes at the Clay Coyote.

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