Day Breaks Glass Studio in downtown Bethel, houses teaching artist, Dayna Sabatino's personal stained glass and mosaic art studio. The studio has a workshop space for our extensive course offerings in those mediums. Our Guest instructor Series welcomes various skilled Artisans sharing one day workshops in their specialized craft.

We take pride in offering space to take a break from the daily goings on of life, to learn hand crafts and to be creative.


Day Breaks Glass Studio offers custom stained glass windows and mosaic artworks. With 20 years of professional experience in the craft, Dayna will be offering her commissioned works from this new location and a chance for you to visit the space and view works in progress.


We also look forward to utilizing this space as a think tank for providing extensive artful opportunities and community projects.

Classroom Space

Workshop Space

our Workshop space offers an extensive schedule of classes in glass and mosaic art from one-day workshops to multi week courses, beginner and intermediate classes, and open studio space.

Open Studio hours

Use our space and tools to work on your project. Be it stained glass or mosaic, you can schedule a time to come in and work. You must have experience in the craft as this time will not include instruction. We have worktables, grinders, glass cutting tools and soldering stations for you to use. You must have your own materials: copper foil, solder, glass, and tile.

Studio Time available by Appointment or during Open Studio Lab Nights.


Punch cards are for sale for those of you with more ongoing projects



If you are not finding the workshop that fits your schedule or you would be more comfortable learning in less of a crowd, we offer private lessons.

Private lessons will be scheduled on an individual basis. For rates and to schedule, email us or call Dayna at 802-392-3541

                                                                    Health and Safety

COVID Policy: Day Breaks Glass Studio's health and safety policies regarding CoVID 19 are in keeping with all state and federal recommendations. When you sign up for a workshop you are aware that you will be in a space with others. Please come to class healthy. Let us know if you need to cancel due to health concerns. Masks are optional but please do what makes you feel comfortable. Know that you are at risk for contagious illness when in a public space. Our classes are generally under 10 people.

LEAD SAFETY WARNING: The stained glass process includes the use of lead soldering so we ask that you not register if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Our studio space offers a well ventilated space as well as gloves and goggles for all students.



Glass is sharp and should be used with caution and responsible behavior. Students may cut glass in class only after training by their instructor and must follow all safety protocols in the studio. 

PLEASE wear closed-Toed Shoes when working in the studio


"Dayna is a fantastic teacher and has a gift for sharing the process of stained glass with her students. She made it fun and informative, and she was always there to help.

But a true gift she has is letting the student work through challenges

(with support and guidance)

and empowering her students to explore and "master" the medium and design process."

-Suzanne T.

Student at ArtisTree Community Arts Center

Intro to Stained Glass Windows

"Dayna was fabulous! Very comfortable with her subject and also very good at teaching us beginners. I have nothing but good things to say about her and this workshop!"

-STudent From Introduction to Stained glass Sun catchers

at Artistree Community Arts Center

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