Dayle Doroshow is a mixed media/ polymer clay artist and owner of design studio Zingaro, stamp of distinction. She trained in traditional ceramics at Columbia University Extension program in New York City and sold her pottery in Greenwich Village shops. She continued with the study of Book Arts through the California Crafts College extension program and at San Francisco Center for the Book. Her jewelry, home decor, ethnic figures and handcrafted books can be seen at art shows on the West Coast. Dayle enjoys teaching and sharing the creative process in workshops across the United States and in France.
“I have always been intrigued and excited by the mystery of ancient cultures. Dreams of archeological ruins and travels to far-off places have long influenced my art work. Upon discovering polymer clay, I’ve enjoyed creating art with a pioneering medium while still reflecting my passion for the magic of past civilizations and their artisans.”