The annual Clay Coyote Gallery Dot Sale starts this Thursday and runs thru Saturday. The sale is in-person only, but due to the pandemic we’ll also do phone/email/text orders. Free shipping does not apply to sale items. Curbside pick-up
Looking for a last-minute Secret Santa, Friendship, or Hostess Gift under $25? We’ve got tons of handmade gifts for you to choose from. All these photo feature items under $25. Located 4.5 miles north of Hutchinson off Hwy 15 (17614 240th
Christmas is coming! Do you know what to get your friends and family this holiday season? Consider the Clay Coyote your one-stop shop for all your Christmas gifts this year! We’ve got pieces for everyone in your family that they will enjoy day after
Today, we took a huge step forward toward reaching our goals to be a more energy efficient company. We replaced more than 120 halogen lights in the Gallery with twenty-four new LED lights. When we first opened the Gallery in 2002, LED lights weren't as
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
Foster and Theda Holcomb lead a team of talented resident glass blowers at Art of Fire in Maryland. At Clay Coyote, we carry lovely ewers, pitchers and goblets.
Michael Vincent Michaud is the son of Michael Michaud, the artist whose jewelry we have carried for many years. Michael Vincent has studied extensively with some of America’s finest glass artists at various institutions including the prestigious Corning
Rollin Karg, is a renowned glass artisan from the Midwest who designs and creates small and massive sculptural pieces from molten glass, usually shaped in a freeform, asymmetrical manner. He brings the glass to life through his dynamic use
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.