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Dayna Marie Sabatino

Welcome to Day Breaks Glass Teaching Studio. 

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​Dayna Sabatino is a Stained Glass and Mosaic artist with over two decades of experience in the craft. Trained by the skilled artisans at The Stained Glass Garden in Berkeley, California, Dayna spent the next ten years in the Bay Area: teaching courses and building commissioned works with Sabina Frank Designs; performing restoration work with Starbow Studios; and working at The Institute of Mosaic Art in Oakland with the globally renowned mosaic artist, Laurel True. 

After returning to the East Coast, Dayna settled in Vermont. She married, became a mother, and began teaching stained glass and mosaic techniques at art centers throughout New England. While teaching, Dayna sensed that the practice of art and traditional handcrafts nourished a longing in people for creative expression and cultural connection. It became her goal to open a studio where she could work and teach, and plant the seeds for nurturing a vibrant, inclusive, creative community. 

In 2022, Dayna opened Day Breaks Glass Teaching Studio in downtown Bethel, Vermont. Today, it has grown into a unique maker space, offering a variety of workshops and creative experiences for all. Students come from all over Vermont for classes in applied arts and handicrafts, taught in a warm and inclusive atmosphere by experienced artist instructors. 

Day Breaks Glass Teaching Studio is a grateful recipient of grants from The Vermont Arts Council, and a proud member of The Vermont Crafts Council and The Stained Glass Association of America. 



I'm always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Let's connect.

(802) 392-3541

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