About the Artist
I love working in my studio making utilitarian pottery with a reference to history, yet having a whimsical twist and unexpected elements. Most of my work is made on the wheel, then hand-altered for individuality and an organic feel. I am drawn to making pieces for the home and garden, especially for meal prep and gathering at the table to share meals. My work can be found in local galleries, local shows, my studio and by commission.
I use 5 different clays and 14 different glazes, employing techniques such as mishima, sgraffito and hand-painting. Special requests are welcome.
Use and Care
Glazes are food safe and microwave and dishwasher safe. Pieces are not for stovetop use and should be placed in a cold oven, then brought to temperature, no higher than 400 degrees. Freezing is not recommended.
Viewing My Work
My work can be seen at various shows and in gift shops throughout PA and also by appointment in my studio. I also ship in the continental US.
"Pottery class with Roxanne Dombrosky — such an amazing experience! The boys had a blast and can’t wait to go back to glaze their work — she did an outstanding job with the boys and the work she has on her shelves is amazing! Super excited we
discovered her art studio! I learned so much about pottery today - and the boys were so excited to throw a pot on the wheel!"