Interested in becoming a NO Days Featured Artist?

Interested in becoming a NO Days Featured Artist?

Want to share your artwork made using NO Days products with the world? We want to help you promote your work! We love seeing the various ways artists are using NO Days products! We share our Featured Artist spotlight with our newsletter subscribers, our Facebook friends and fans, on our Featured Artist Page and right here on our blog, linking back to your website.

Simply send an email to with the subject: Featured Artist. Be sure to include your name, email address, and website (if you have one) along with a brief bio and pictures of yourself and your artwork made with NO Days Products. Not sure what to include in a bio? Tell us how you became interested in playing with glass or crafts. How about where you get your inspiration? Oh! And don't forget to tell us why you love using NO Days!

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

November Featured Artist, Gayle Haynie

NO Days November Featured Artist, Gayle Haynie

Gayle Haynie is a transplant from Michigan who moved to the south in 1999. She now splits her time between Florida and the North Georgia mountains. Gayle has worked in stained glass since 1991 and studied under some of  the best known names in the industry: Si Isenberg, Peter McGrain, Norm Dobbins, Gil Reynolds, Vickie Payne, just to name a few.  She is a member of the Blue Ridge Art Guild and the Southern Appalachian Artist Guild.

She also does mosaics in tile and glass, and offers “one-on-one” classes in her Georgia studio.  Her expertise is custom work.  

For more of her work, visit her website at

 This is the beginning of Gayle's most recent NO Days project...

After finding a table base, she cut a wooden substrate to match. She laid down NO Days Mosaic Adhesive and began to build her mosaic with glass and tile.

“I love using No Days Mosaic Adhesive because it takes all the time and mess out of gluing each piece in place.  Also, it allows me to change my pattern before final adhesion.”

She left four spots blank on her substrate and screwed it to the table base after heat setting the adhesive and securing the glass and tiles in place. After the base and top were connected, she
attached the four final tiles to hide the screws. To finish, she grouted and viola!

Gayle's gorgeous daffodils!
 To view more featured artists or to find out how to become a featured artist, visit Streuter's Featured Artist page.

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