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
We're ready for winter weather here at the Clay Coyote. New Solmate Socks arrived in the Gallery yesterday. Get your socks on! See something you like? Call us at 320-587-2599 or email us at email@example.com. We gift wrap for free and offer
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
With a chill in the air, we all start thinking of warm drinks to help warm our bodies and souls. What better than a new mug from Dirty Dog Pottery (although they are out of Florida and don’t quite get what us Midwesterners feel this time of year),
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
Whether it’s a particularly rough time in your life … or you have a special friend that you want to let know what they mean to you … maybe a housewarming gift ... there are so many occasions where these plaques from Michelle DeFillipo from North Carolina
We first introduced this line of playful metallic jewelry at the Trunk Show in May. Now, we've got a ton of new necklace and earring sets just in time for the holidays.
It's like Christmas when we get Bill Campbell boxes, and we just got another shipment this weekend. His pots are truly stellar, hurry, these pots are super-sonic and fly out the door!
It's a perfect fall at The Clay Coyote and the colors are in full bloom. Morgan and Brett (our intrepid Building and Grounds Manager) took the 1945 International H out for a spin on our walking path through the prairie. Take a look at the photos from our