The Coy Clan is a family of artists, Bill, Rose and Verna Coy. We live in the remote wilderness of Interior Alaska. For many years ,we've created art and marketed it locally. Now we've decided to make it available to the rest of the world via the internet. We work in many mediums , wood, paint , music, etc. We've included woodcarving ,art paintings, and handcarved bagpipes on this page so far, but there is so much more we intend to share with you,as this website grows. Learn more about us on the 'about' tab above.
On this website our goal is to make your browsing experience easy and informative. We've done what we can to make our art easy to view and safe and easy to purchase. To learn more click on the "services" tab above.
Alaskan Eagle Totem by Bill. For information or on how to contact us via e-mail, please click on the "Contact " tab above.
A set of hand carved Highland Bagpipes by Bill . To see more click on the Clanskeep Music tab above.
Clanskeep in January at 50 below zero.
Out of the brightness of his shadow his clouds rained hailstones and coals of fire. Ps.18:12
To view Verna's Alaskan Paintings click on the 'Alaskan Art Paintings' tab above or these two online Fine Art Galleries.
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Check the "Pipers Workshop" page for a soundbite of the pipes.
To view Sourdough Starter and Other Recipes for Alaskan Living (book by Verna Coy )go to www.the bookpatch.com online bookstore or click the buy now button.
"Sourdough Starter and Other Recipes For Alaskan Living"
A book of recipes,some of them generations old, combined with history and how-to's of pioneer lifestyle and Alaskan wilderness living in todays' times.
"Sourdough Starter II
Recipes and Basics for Alaskan Bush Living " (by Verna Coy ) is a sequel to the book above,
'Sourdough Starter and Other Recipes for Alaskan Living', In this second of the Sourdough Starter Series you can read about the history of pioneers and how they built cabins, cooked their meals ,what tools they used etc ,
Click the "Buy Now" button to go to the bookstore and purchase book.
Birch Bark Baskets made by Verna Coy
An example of Alaskas' seasonal arts.