Upcoming Classes

Dayle Doroshow

REGISTER FOR DAYLE DOROSHOW’S TWO MIXED MEDIA CLASSES TODAY!

Posted on October 9, 2019 by Nancy Ulrich

FRIDAY, JANUARY 31ST AND
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST, 2020

Northminster Presbyterian Church, Youth Room
4324 Clairemont Mesa Blvd, San Diego, CA 92117

Dayle Doroshow is a Mixed media/ Polymer clay artist and owner of design studio Zingaro, Stamp of Distinction in California.
She trained in traditional ceramics at Riverside Bell Tower Pottery program and the Columbia University Extension program in New York City and sold her pottery in Greenwich Village shops.

Her jewelry, home decor, ethnic figures, and handcrafted books can be seen at art shows and galleries on the West Coast. In 2012 her work was acquired and shown at our own Mingei International Museum in Balboa Park, San Diego.  

Dayle enjoys teaching and sharing her techniques in workshops across the United States and in France.  For more interesting facts and information about Dayle, go to http://www.dayledoroshow.com/blog/index.php/about/ or here https://www.dayledoroshow.com/blog/index.php/gallery/

Take ONE class OR take TWO classes for a discounted price! See the details under Registration Information at the bottom of this page.

Friday, January 31, 2020 from 9:30 to 5 PM

FOLD BOOKS – 10 VARIATIONS ON A THEME


Folded papers and books have been around since ancient times.  With single sheets of paper, a bone folder, your hands and your imagination come explore a cornucopia of unique folded designs.  These pieces of paper will blossom into effective pieces to communicate your message and art.  This spirited hands-on workshop will guide you through at least ten fun, folded designs to use for books, cards, altered books and journals, brochures, invitations, and more.  The book covers will be made of polymer clay and embellished with an assortment of polymer clay techniques.
 



Saturday, February 1st from  9 AM to 5  PM. 

Sculptural Books, Tryptychs, and Standing Screens

In this workshop we will explore the three-dimensional world of sculptural books, triptychs and standing screens.  Using polymer clay, papers, fabric, and personal treasures, we’ll create and layer images and text to tell a story, evoke a mood, or simply create something beautiful. Polymer clay techniques will include transfers, layering and collaging with translucent clays, several surface techniques and the successful integration of mixed media with polymer clay.  We will bind the sculptural books with a text block of unusual papers. Triptychs and screens will be hinged and can be used as luminescent candle screens, wall pieces or standing sculptures. Leave the workshop with fresh ideas and techniques to incorporate into your personal style.


REGISTRATION FORM

You will need this password to complete the form: XtrudR