Artist Dayle Sazonoff

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Dayle Sazonoff grew up in Melrose Park, Illinois. She painted in high school and returned to her love of painting as an adult some years later. In 1996, Dayle studied watercolor with David Becker at The Palette and Chisel in Chicago. At that time she won an award for a landscape entered in the Irving Shapiro Watercolor Competition. Soon thereafter she studied oil painting with the late Diane Rath. Dayle won an award for an oil landscape in the Harriet Bitterly Competition in 1998. She has participated in workshops with Albert Handell, Gregg Kreutz, David Leffel, Phil Beck, Hedy Moran, Ken Auster, and Qiang Huang. Since 2000, Dayle has been devoting her attention to creating oil still lifes. She has a private studio at the Palette and Chisel and has served on the Palette and Chisel Board in the capacities of Secretary, Vice President, and President. 
Dayle is a member of Oil Painters of America and The American Impressionist Society. She has also exhibited in numerous group shows, private collections, and galleries. Dayle Sazonoff is the 2012 winner of the $20,000 Dorothy Driehaus Melin Fellowship for Midwestern Artists in the Oil Painters of America National Juried Exhibition. Dayle was accepted into the American Impressionist Society National Juried 15th, 17th, 18th, and 19th Exhibitions. She is now a signature member of AIS.

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