When people ask where I grew up I say, “a pottery farm.” It normally garners a chuckle and a follow up “what’s that?” But it’s my story. In 1994, my mom (Betsy) and her partner (Tom) decided to move our family from the suburbs of Chicago to start what
In the February 2017 issue of Ceramics Monthly, The Clay Coyote's Pottery Incubator Program is featured. To read the full article, download the PDF here. Is an Incubator Right for You? As you are deciding on the right next step in your personal
We finished our Studio remodel and the new potters are hard at work. Take a look at these photos from behind the scenes at the Clay Coyote.
Levi Yankosky joined the Clay Coyote Emerging Artist Program on September 1st. Levi is a self-taught potter from rural Minnesota. Levi has been working as a production potter for Dock 6 Pottery and Kerry Brooks Pottery in Minneapolis. Levi's been
We are excited to announce that Levi Yankosky will be joining the Clay Coyote Emerging Artist Studio on September 1, 2016. Levi, the middle son of two Air Force veterans, was born in Texas, and spent his formative years moving from base to base
We are delighted to announce that Katie Teesdale will be joining the Clay Coyote Emerging Artist Studio on September 1, 2016. Katie originally hails from Glen Ellyn, Illinois. She received her BFA from University of Iowa in Ceramics with
Holy hot July! We've been working like crazy on the new Emerging Artist Studio (PDF) and want to share a few photos from our adventures. Studio Additions TLB Construction put up the new walls, insulation, and windows before we had to take
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