DALE DOROSH  1964 -

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Born in Wetaskiwin. Canada. Works and lives in Vallauris

From a young age, Dale began working with clay, then with ceramist and professor Noboru Kubo, at the University of Alberta (Canada) Faculty of Extension. Member of the Monegasque sabre fencing team and in search of ceramics, he discovered the city of Vallauris where he continued his studies at the Municipal School of Fine Arts. In 2001, he created the international artist-in-residence program, A.I.R Vallauris, with the goal of establishing a platform for international artistic and cultural exchange. Dale's work focuses primarily on the creation of functional pieces with pure forms and with effects achieved through numerous variations of clays, glazes and firing techniques. He finds that this experimental approach allows him to focus on the perfection of form, texture and colour.