Dayle Doroshow is a polymer clay artist and owner of design studio “Zingaro, stamp of distinction.” She trained in traditional ceramics at the Riverside Bell Tower and Columbia University of New York City. Dayle current lives and works in Mendocino, CA.
In recent years she has emerged as an important innovator in the polymer clay field and has won numerous awards for her work. Barbara McGuire has featured Dayle’s work in both of her books. You can find her jewelry, home décor, ethnic spirit dolls and handcrafted books at many different art exhibitions and galleries on the west coast.
Dayle teaches extensively throughout the United State for local polymer clay groups and at art centers such as the San Francisco Center of the Book and the Mendocino Art Center. She has taught at annual creative festivals such as the Ravensdale Polymer Clay Conference, the 20th and 21st International Lettering Arts Conferences and Art Continuum.
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