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!

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Monet Challenge

Ready for a challenge? Looking for inspiration? Need something to nudge you into creating something? We're starting a series of art challenges based around a theme. It should be a fun way to push yourself in your creativity! The theme for January and February is Monet's Waterlilies. Watch this video on Khan Academy for some background and more ideas for different ways to interpret the paintings:

Remember this is just for fun,  so you don't have to create a masterpiece. Look on it as a series of exercises to help you stretch and grow as an  artist.  Take part in the #MonetChallenge and we'll keep each other motivated! It's like having a workout buddy to keep you accountable. 

Let's all help each other in our explorations, pushing ourselves to make something and see what everyone creates using the same starting point!

Don't forget to share pictures along the way!
Tag them with #MonetChallenge, so we can all find them.

 Feel free to use the techniques and media of your choosing, and stretch the limits of what you usually create. Then, when you're done, share it with us on Facebook, our blog, or email.  Share process pictures, failures, and thoughts you have along the way, and we can have a discussion about the art making process, too!