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!
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
Update from the Clay Coyote Pottery Incubator: There's one space available in our emerging artists studio. And, we just got some good news! We found out that we have some funds available for part-time work to help cover expenses (we were able to
This year, I was asked one of the most special questions, "will you be my godmother?" It is one of life's greatest honors and responsibilities. My godmother, Donna, was one of my favorite people. She was a beautiful, joyful, creative woman with an amazing
*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:
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.