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.
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.