We have a dedicated Glaze page under our Online Shop tab. This is also a quick reference guide for our 2020 Stoneware Glazes. Click here to download this image.
We will hosting our annual ornament finishing fundraiser. Throughout the months of November and December, there will be hundreds of ceramic ornaments to choose from, each at $10 (half will will be donated to the American Cancer Society). From November
There's an old saying, "you're a better door than a window." In the case of the Clay Coyote Emerging Artist Studio we've had doors from the original 1929 pole barn that we've been using as windows for the past two decades. All that changed last week when
Great news from the Clay Coyote Emerging Artist Studio: our remodel is part way completed. We've moved everything out of the studio for the new walls, windows, lights, and equipment to be installed over the next few weeks. It's a little weird going
After months of planning it's time for the studio refresh! What's coming? Over the next two months we'll be refreshing the studio to add some new, modern touches. We'll be replacing walls and windows, moving the kilns around, adding new
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!
We have been carrying Matthew Patton’s wonderful bowls, platters and tiles for many years at Clay Coyote. From Matthew,” I am a professional ceramic artist located in Seattle, Washington. My work is primarily decorative with a heavy emphasis on glaze
Well, it seems Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow. He is predicting an early Spring. 6 more weeks... I am very skeptical Phil. We have a little more than 6 weeks to go. In honor of our extra long winters here, we are introducing our newest glaze.
It is amazing what you can find on the internet! eGForums is the "eGullet Society for Culinary Arts and letters" here is one that I found interesting... (Scroll to the bottom of the page for the photos and letters) As for the question posed by