Gail Hayton makes her home in southeastern Michigan. Aside for a
degree in Architecture (with a minor in art) she is primarily a
self-taught artist. For the past 20 years she has specialized in
miniature art, mostly landscapes. Strong light, vibrant colors and
interesting architecture attract her attention.
Gail's work has been exhibited throughout the United States at
many prestigious galleries including The Smithsonian in Washington
D.C., the Scarab Club in Detroit and The Manoogian Museum on
Mackinac Island. She has won awards for her miniature work in
Washington D.C. at The Miniature Painters, Sculptors and Gravers
Society,for which she is a member by invitation. Gail has also won
awards at The Cider Painter in Pennsylvania, another miniature
group and has garnered several honorable mentions at The Scarab
Club where her work was judged against large scale entries. Gail's
work has also been juried into and exhibited in The Miniature Art
Society of Florida, the largest miniature show in the world.
Publications include Ford World, Top 100 Artist in Huron Valley,
American Art Collector and The Scarab Club.
The Art of Gail Hayton