Originally from Vermont, Bob Crystal has been throwing pots since 1969. He works with stoneware clay high fired in a reduction kiln. We are pleased to carry Bob’s work again here in Clay Coyote Gallery. He creates wonderful functional pieces as well
Liz Sabo is a designer who believes in the value of a well-crafted, American-made product. She currently resides in her hometown of Cleveland, Ohio where the continual growth of independent designers excites and inspires her. Liz writes: “I design
Michael and Michele Gwinup established Blue Spruce Pottery in 1976. It is a family owned and operated business ran with the help of the Gwinup's daughter Melissa, and her husband Patrick Woodman. Their pottery studio is located in Bend, Oregon, between
Alice Seely of New Mexico is the artist behind Urban Fetishes. She is a versatile artist and botanist. A painter turned jeweler, she casts her designs in pewter, assembling them into her wonderful bracelets and pins. Pewter is lovely for its satiny
Born and raised in Seattle, Marc Matsui first became interested in ceramics at the early age of 15. He is best known for his simplistic, delicate hand thrown pieces. His use of glazing techniques transforms clay into a canvas suitable for setting off
Tony Heslop lives and works in the foothills of Pike's Peak in Colorado. He has been throwing pots for over 30 years. He does not ship his pots, just sells locally, so Tom makes road trips out to Colorado to pick up his wonderful bowls, platters and
Hilborn Pottery Design, owned and operated by Rick and Nancy Hilborn, has been producing Canadian hand-made pottery since 1975. Nancy’s creative and unique design style has enabled the studio to provide a distinctive brand of functional pottery that is
Foster and Theda Holcomb lead a team of talented resident glass blowers at Art of Fire in Maryland. At Clay Coyote, we carry lovely ewers, pitchers and goblets.