*Guest post from Brett Kuttner, Building & Grounds Manger at the Clay Coyote Along with loading everything feasible onto a semi this summer, moving the three electric kilns (Caution: heavy items) , renovating the studio, unloading the semi,
For more than two decades this little coyote has been keeping us company. She's graced the bottom of your pots and has been a constant in the Clay Coyote family; we just didn't know her name. But now, thanks to you, we're over the moon to introduce:
A few weeks ago, Ray Pottery called wth great news, they were still going to be making these beautiful pots. We did the happy dance around the office because we were almost out and we love, love, love his pottery. New fun designs arrive this week
The Clay Coyote has been carrying Georgetown Pottery for more than a decade. Their ikebana vases are the perfect gift for someone who loves Japanese art and minimalistic designs. Ikebana is the art of flower arrangement, also known as kadō.
A few years ago for our wedding anniversary someone gave me a set of glasses from The Furnace. They're a staple in my wine serving collection. They fit your hand just perfectly, there's no stem for a klutz like me, and the wine behind the glass colors
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.
Get your hot pots! Katie Teesdale and Levi Yankosky recently fired up Big Red, our cone10 reduction gas kiln! Big Red took the summer off to rest and relax after 20+ years of putting out the amazing pots from Tom Wirt and Betsy Price that you know and
Most people don't want to see the inside of their computers, because that normally means that something went wrong. Some people crack them open for fun, just to see how they work. Others, like Michelle McLaughlin, open up old broken down computers and put
We first introduced Ira Burhans' work in the Gallery this summer, it was such a hit that we brought in even more for the holidays. His carved pots are the perfect addition to your table. Ira received his degree in 1980 from St. Cloud State University
I just got my new King Arthur Flour fall catalog, everything, I mean, everything looks delicious. It's got tons of different apple recipes. And it's perfect timing because our apple trees out here at the Clay Coyote are in full bloom. We're eating apples