In this BECon 2017 presentation, artist Jeffrey Stenbom outlines how his experiences as a combat soldier shape and motivate his work.
In this video, let Richard Whiteley introduce you to Klaus Moje—“an extraordinary creative thinker who left an astounding and unforgettable legacy.”
In this artist talk from BECon 2017, Jessica Jackson Hutchins shares about her philosophy of making, her creative practice, and why she sought a residency at Bullseye Glass.
Artist Heidi Schwegler shares the background and work that led to her fascination with glass.
In her keynote for BECon 2017, Judy Tuwaletstiwa explores the transformative power of collaboration and the creative process.
The Judson Studios created the world’s largest single stained glass window for the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas. This is the story of how they brought it to life.
"Like most accomplished abusers of information, I incorporate multiple levels of deceit, manipulation, and both feigned and true ignorance." So begins the description of this session by artist Richard Marquis.
Professor James B. Thompson on the history of color, how his work and processes in various media incorporate concepts of color, and how his exploration of glass properties inform his understanding of color as an art practitioner.
Bullseye's Product Development team shares stories about the origins of some of the most interesting glass colors, the challenges involved in creating colors that are unique, yet also scalable, repeatable, and compatible.
Roman born, US educated, Mexican resident, and public art star in China, Narcissus Quagliata focuses on the perception of color as a key to understanding culture, art, and ourselves.
In this talk, author and art critic Richard Speer offers strategies for artists, particularly those who work with glass, to harness color's transformative power, both in the studio and during the course of everyday life.
Beverly Fishman’s high-chroma works have utilized everything from industrial and signage materials, phosphorescence, resin, and now glass. Here, she discusses how her approach to color changes as her materials change.