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.
You can accomplish a lot in a home studio with just a kiln, a table or bench, and some basic tools. Let us show you how.
What if you wanted a glass panel to look as if it were floating in front of a wall without any hardware obstructing the view? Try this.
Rudi Gritsch demonstrates how you can use the G-Manu Cut 1 (and Cut 2 Extension) to make quick and accurate cuts in a variety shapes and patterns. The savings of time and material are limitless!
Our educational video series explores a range of kiln-glass methods and lessons taught in Bullseye's classes. In 2015, we saw our library reach 60 videos from beginning to advanced and released this promotional video.
In this conversation moderated by Bulleye Projects director Lani McGregor, Klaus Moje and Bullseye founder Daniel Schwoerer recount the history of a foundational, pioneering relationship between an artist and a manufacturer.
Bullseye Glass Company partners with design professionals to develop and install architectural-scale kiln-glass works. This video introduces some of those collaborations.
See how our glass is made on a tour of the one and only Bullseye Glass Factory. Start in our Production department, then make your way through Batch, Melt, Casting, Quality Control and Shipping.
In this fun and easy project-based lesson you will learn how to create a segment slab, cut it into cross-sectional pieces and use them to design and make finished work.