Laser-printable decal paper lets you transfer your favorite images to glass. Use the easy application technique shown here and you’ll be ready to make your mark!
They say a circle is a timeless symbol for eternity. Well, it only takes a jiffy to cut one from glass with a studio circle cutter.
Scraping your kiln shelves is about to get faster, easier, and tidier with this handy wet method.
John Kenneth Clark, a professional commissioned artist who specializes in traditional glass art, describes his exploration of the relationship between music and color during his artist residency at Bullseye Glass Co.
As an artist-in-residence during winter of 2017, Jeffrey Stenbom pursued a project meant to address the current suicide crisis among returning U.S. military veterans.
In this BECon 2017 presentation, artist Jeffrey Stenbom outlines how his experiences as a combat soldier shape and motivate his work.
In this wide-ranging interview, artist Jessica Jackson Hutchins shares about her time as artist-in-residence at Bullseye Portland.
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 a demonstration of rich reactive potential, this lesson combines a streaky sheet glass style called Petrified Wood with Robin’s Egg Blue, a copper-bearing opalescent.
In her keynote for BECon 2017, Judy Tuwaletstiwa explores the transformative power of collaboration and the creative process.
This 20-minute presentation focuses on the theory and process of getting the stress out of fused glass work and acts as an introduction to the new annealing cycle recommended by Bullseye.