Just in time for your holiday entertaining! Tony Heslop Pottery has arrived in the Clay Coyote Gallery! These pots are gorgeous, expertly handcrafted, and perfect for entertaining! Small serving bowls start at $32 and range to $97, larger handled
There's a ton of new and wonderful pots in the Gallery. Just yesterday we refilled the Bill Campbell shelves. At eighty-two years young, he continues to out do himself! Gorgeous!
Made these spicy lamb meatballs from Bon Appétit Magazine in my Flameware Grill Basket. Had to adjust the time up a bit to 12 mins, but they were not dry at all. Hat tips: wine cup and meatball mixing bowl from fellow MN potter Bill
Hi my name is Stefany, today is my second day at my new internship at The Clay Coyote. I'll be here all summer working in the gallery and studio. I am about to be a junior in Hutchinson High School, I love art and band. Today was an exiting day because
Yesterday I made a gigantic pot of gravy. Italian gravy that is (aka tomato sauce). Not just any sauce, a recipe passed on to me from a friend of Italian descent. He showed me how to make it one snowy New York Saturday. There are many variations and
We're excited to announce new Chris Singewald Pottery in the Clay Coyote Gallery. We introduced you to Chris a few weeks ago. He's been warming all your hearts working with you behind the Gallery register, now his pots can warm your home! We'll have
Ever wonder what the gas kiln looks like? At the Clay Coyote our emerging artists fire the potter twice. First in electric kilns and then a second time in our big gas kiln. Here's a short video of the team loading, pushing, and lighting her up!
Ray Pottery is located in the heart of pottery country in Seagrove, North Carolina. They have been creating unique, hand-crafted pieces for over 13 years. The vibrant red in their glaze has quickly made their work a gallery favorite.