Chris Singewald joined the Clay Coyote Team at the beginning of February. Chris will be working in the Gallery on some Thursdays and Fridays. Take a moment to meet Chris and next time you're in make sure to say 'hi' and/or bring him red velvet cake. I
When many think of Canada, usually hockey, maple syrup, and Bryan Adams come to mind, each bringing joy to thousands of people for years now. Included in this broad spectrum of gifts to the globe is pottery from Tony Clennell. He's been diversifying
Watch this 1-minute "how to" with Levi Yankowsky's chicken baker. Fill the center with broth, beer, water and herbs, or any liquid you like ... this baker ensures juicy, tender chicken every time. Serve up your side dishes in one of Katie Teesdale's Lil'
These witch balls by Gray Art Glass are a treat in any window. Michael Kevin Gray is a second generation glass blower from Ontario, Canada. His father, Kevin Robert Gray, had a career spanning over 30 years, having his beautiful pieces land in private,
In the February 2017 issue of Ceramics Monthly, The Clay Coyote's Pottery Incubator Program is featured. To read the full article, download the PDF here. Is an Incubator Right for You? As you are deciding on the right next step in your personal
Ever wonder what the gas kiln looks like? At the Clay Coyote our emerging artists fire the potter twice. First in electric kilns and then a second time in our big gas kiln. Here's a short video of the team loading, pushing, and lighting her up!
Each full moon the Clay Coyote stays open late. But did you also know that full moons have special names? According to Space.com here is the list of 2017 moons: Jan. 12 Wolf Moon Feb. 10 Snow Moon Mar. 12 Worm Moon Apr. 11 Pink Moon May 10
Love getting out in this cold weather as much as we do? Drop by the Clay Coyote this January, you'll never know what you'll find!
Thanks to everyone who came out this week for our Coyote After Dark evening. The super moon was super awesome. The next after hours event is Tuesday, December 13th on the full moon. The hit at this event was the jalapeño popper dip Betsy found
Emerging artist, Levi Yankosky, grew up in a rural part of Southern Minnesota. He wanted to get back to his roots, so he made some beautiful, and functional, clay milk jugs. They'll look stunning with flowers on your table or as a spoon caddy on your