The digital universe is about to become your analog playground. In this video lesson, you will learn how to convert digital images into film positives using Adobe Photoshop.
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.
Bullseye photographer Hanmi Meyer shares proven practices, strategies, and pro tips that lead to success in photographing 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 this long-format Master Class, Scotland-based artist Amanda Simmons shares the full process by which she creates her tall vessels.
This 90-minute comprehensive Master Class follows Richard Parrish in a step-by-step, live action instructional on how he creates his acclaimed Tapestry pieces.
In this project-based lesson, we use a ceramic underglaze pencil to decorate coasters with ginkgo leaves.
Learn the basics of sandblasting while designing and making a fused, slumped plate.
In her keynote for BECon 2017, Judy Tuwaletstiwa explores the transformative power of collaboration and the creative process.
Color Line Screen Pastes are a great alternative to working with powdered enamels for screen printing on glass. Because they come pre-mixed into a medium, there is no need to mix powders. Just open the container, stir with a palette knife, and you're ready to mix colors or print.
In this lesson, we'll explore how to print on glass using using Color Line Screen Pastes. These are ready to print directly out of the container and do not require ventilation or a respirator.