The No Days University at the Las Vegas Glass Craft & Bead Expo has been expanded for 2013! In addition to some of the same classes we’ve offered in past years, we’re adding new techniques and instructors to round out our offerings at 18 class sessions over the course of Friday, Saturday and Sunday! Join us in the Streuter Booth (#901) to learn how to add depth, dimension and lots of sparkle to your jewelry with by layering dichroic glass.
$35.00 – 90 minutes
HoneyDoo Zuper Glue, students will learn tips for working with and
layering dichroic glass to add depth and interest to your fused glass
jewelry creations. Students will create a 2.5” square dichroic glass
tile that will be fired and ready for pick up the next day. We will
cover tips for cutting thick glass, adhering bails quickly and easily,
and firing schedules for completing your jewelry at home.
| Carrie Strope Sohayda was born in Lincoln, Nebraska. After graduating
from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, she moved to Napa, California
where she learned the art of glass while working in two different glass
studios (both hot and cold). She returned to Nebraska to be nearer her
family and works out of her home studio.
not firing it up in the glass studio she’s reading everything she can
about techniques and trends in glass. As enthusiastic about sharing her
knowledge as she is about expanding her own talents, Carrie travels the country teaching
classes in mosaic, stained glass and glass fusing to both children and
adults. She’s taught mosaic and the transcription of art into glass at the
Las Vegas Craft and Bead Expo, and launched the first-ever glass
program at the LUX Center for the Arts in her hometown of Lincoln,
Nebraska. Carrie’s headlong rush into
the creative life started at home where she crocheted with her
grandmother, quilted with her mother and worked alongside her dad in his
Meet Carrie and view her work on her website, Calyx Glass.