Ira Burnhans’ functional pots are new to Clay Coyote Gallery. Here is what Ira says about his work, “I am drawn to the classic Japanese pottery that influenced many potters. The simple shapes and glazes seem to fit those pots so well.” Many of his
Originally from Vermont, Bob Crystal has been throwing pots since 1969. He works with stoneware clay high fired in a reduction kiln. We are pleased to carry Bob’s work again here in Clay Coyote Gallery. He creates wonderful functional pieces as well
Interested in getting a cassole? View them in our Made at the Clay Coyote Shop. Instructions This Cassoulet Recipe is as accurate as it gets. It is by Paula Wolfert from her book "The Cooking of Southwest France" which inspired us, with a
See a list of our current glazes, here. We have a variety of glazes that we offer as options for your stoneware pieces. Each of these glazes has gone through extensive testing. The process of creating a new glaze can take anywhere from 6 months to years!
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
These tasty little appetizers would be perfect for Superbowl Sunday! You can either grill them or bake them in the oven. I decided to make these indoors in my Tagine. It is a bit too cold for me to be outside grilling... You decide, grill or oven?
We're taking orders for our 4-quart Dutch Oven. If you'd like to be at the top of the waitlist please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. One of my favorite things about Winter is warming my kitchen by making soups and stews in my Dutch Oven. I
Michael and Michele Gwinup established Blue Spruce Pottery in 1976. It is a family owned and operated business ran with the help of the Gwinup's daughter Melissa, and her husband Patrick Woodman. Their pottery studio is located in Bend, Oregon, between
Tony Heslop lives and works in the foothills of Pike's Peak in Colorado. He has been throwing pots for over 30 years. He does not ship his pots, just sells locally, so Tom makes road trips out to Colorado to pick up his wonderful bowls, platters and