Roxanne uses hand-building techniques, mark-making, and texture with painterly effects on her unique ceramic pieces to interpret her experience living on the prairies. Her creative process is an intuitive exploration of the medium and her relationship with where she lives.
Roxanne Enns is a Saskatchewan-based artist working with clay since 1995. Her pieces have been exhibited at the Saskatchewan Craft Council Gallery, Frances Morisson Gallery, Snelgrove Gallery, and most recently at the Greg Yuel Gallery at Wanuskewin Heritage Park. She has had soapstone and clay sculptures juried into the Saskatchewan Craft Council biennial touring exhibition.