Sergio Lub has traveled through every continent learning his craft. From the Andes to the Himalayas, he met master craftsmen who taught him ancient metal working techniques and their deep beliefs of wearing metals for health and vitality. An important
We are very happy to have Rebecca McNerney's work in the gallery. Her collections are seasonal, and her turquoise collection is only available in the Spring. We will feature her work in our annual Jewelry Trunk Show May 22nd-25th. "My work focuses on
Motherbored has already become a gallery favorite! Here is her story. You may wonder, how could any mother ever be bored? If you've ever met Michelle you'll know it's just her quirky play on words, because she's a mother of one busy daughter. After
Q. Miller is new to the gallery this Spring. Primitive cultures on each continent used imagery to tell their history before the written word. We celebrate the collective knowledge of our human history with our original visual imagery titled with sayings
Momo Glassworks is one of our newest jewelers in the gallery. Rosario Torres is of Argentine extraction, born in Tandil in the Province of Buenos Aires. She is a natural autodidact, gifted at picking up the rudiments of things and then improvising,
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?