My heart goes pitter-patter when Mathew Patton platters arrive from Seattle. His platters double as wall art since they all come with built in hangers. And they're reasonably prices from $66-80. You can get a stunning gift, or treat yourself to a new
Bells will ring, the sun will shine, whoa oh oh I'll be his and he'll be mine We'll love until the end of time And we'll never be lonely anymore If you've got "Goin' to the chapel and we're gonna get married" stuck in your head, you're not
Over the next few months we will be refreshing the Studio to prepare the space for the new Emerging Artists. For a little ThrowBack Thursday (#tbt) fun, here's the Studio in 1996 and 2016. To
Creating your own dinnerware includes making a few decisions. Once you have chosen the style for your settings, then you need to consider what glaze you would like. We have created many beautiful sets over the years. Some of our most beautiful were the
At Clay Coyote Gallery, we like to keep the glass pieces in or around our window so that you customers can fully appreciate the depth and color of the pieces. Used to the process of creating pottery, we are fascinated by how glass pieces are blown.
Karen Daniel creates her fused glass night lights in Holland, Michigan. She enjoys involving all of her family members in her work. Her husband and their four children eagerly assist her in the studio, performing pre-firing prep work to final product
This week at Loon Organics, we harvested part of the garlic crop. As I sat in the sunny field and rubbed the dirt from each head, I developed a new appreciation for this little allium. "Nothing is easy about garlic." I heard Adam say as he moved down a
I always love the recipes I create from Paula Wolfert's Mediterranean Clay Pot Cooking book. I recently followed her recipe to make the Moroccan spice blend, La Kama. I made a huge batch and split it up as gifts for my fellow Clay Coyotians. It turned
HIDDEN ART GEM UNCOVERED!!! Travels with Tom & Betsy On our way to Chicago for the Frankfort Fall Fest, we uncovered a hidden gem this year...Mineral Point, WI. It was an old mining town that had been pretty near shuttered in the 1950's and 60's.