Sat, Feb 11|
Day Breaks Glass Studio
Windows in a Weekend -SoLD OUT
Create a stained glass window using the Tiffany Copper Foil method in these 2 sessions. Beginners, come learn the tools of the trade and build your own simple window panel to take home.Feb 11, 10-3pm, & Feb 12, 10-3pm
Time & Location
Feb 11, 10:00 AM – Feb 12, 3:00 PM
Day Breaks Glass Studio, 285 Main St, Bethel, VT 05032, USA
About the event
Create a small stained glass window from beginning to end in this 2 day introductory workshop. We will flow through the steps of the copper foil method of stained glass, from pattern and glass selection to, glass cutting tools and skills and finally to soldering and framing. Patterns, glass and all tools will be provided for use during class time. Beginner level
Instructor Dayna Sabatino
Dayna studied stained glass in the Bay Area of California initially at The Stained Glass Garden in Berkeley, where she worked under many talented and established glass artists at the top of their field. Dayna spent 10 years in Oakland and Berkeley eventually teaching courses in glass art, building commissioned works for Artist Sabina Frank, and performing restoration work with Starbow Studios, from small lampshades to large church windows. Dayna was the studio manager at The Institute of Mosaic Art in Oakland, that was then owned and directed by globally known mosaic artist, Laurel True.
After returning to the East Coast (glass tools in tow), Dayna landed in Vermont, married and became a mother. Currently, her family is living on their land in their handmade, off grid home. Dayna has taught stained glass and mosaic technique at art centers throughout New England, including The White River Craft Center in Randolph, VT., Artascope Studios in Yarmouth, ME., ArtisTree Community Arts Center in South Pomfret, VT. and RiverArts in Morrisville, VT. Dayna has collaborated with The Arts Bus.
In 2022, Dayna opened Day Breaks Glass Studio in Bethel, VT, a studio, gallery and supply shop.
Day Breaks Glass is a member of The Vermont Crafts Council and has received grants from The Vermont Arts Council.
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 SAFETY WARNING:
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
Day One Windows in a WeekendDay Breaks Glass STudio
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Introduction to Stained Glass
This is your proof of registration to April 2022 Introduction to Stained Glass