Bullseye Glass Resource Centers

Bullseye Glass Resource Centers

Upcoming classes in Portland, Bay Area, Los Angeles, Santa Fe, and New York: https://classes.bullseyeglass.com/

Fusing Basics

Fusing Basics

Learn more at: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/bkeo Additional information: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/images/stories/bullseye/PDF/Lessons_Projects/fusing_basics_add_info.pdf Many kilnforming methods are based on fusing, the heat bonding of separate pieces of glass. In this lesson you will learn how to fuse together layers of glass on a kiln shelf, while exploring glass as a unique art-making material. *** The goal of our ongoing educational video series is to explore the full range of kiln-glass methods and cover the same lessons taught in regular Bullseye classes. This is an open-ended series of online lessons appropriate for everyone from beginners to advanced kilnformers. Lessons are designed by Bullseye instructors to provide foundational skills, inspiration, and new leading-edge approaches to kiln-glass. Downloadable firing schedules, product lists, and helpful links are included.

Working with Powders on Sheet

Working with Powders on Sheet

Learn more at: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/bkeo Additional information: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/images/stories/bullseye/PDF/Lessons_Projects/working_powders_sheet_add_info.pdf Firing crushed glass powders on sheet glass allows one a direct method to create imagery, pattern and nuanced shifts in value and hue. In this lesson you will learn about the tools and techniques involved and will get a broad overview of the ways glass powder can be used in art and design. *** The goal of our ongoing educational video series is to explore the full range of kiln-glass methods and cover the same lessons taught in regular Bullseye classes. This is an open-ended series of online lessons appropriate for everyone from beginners to advanced kilnformers. Lessons are designed by Bullseye instructors to provide foundational skills, inspiration, and new leading-edge approaches to kiln-glass. Downloadable firing schedules, product lists, and helpful links are included.

Bullseye Kiln-glass Education Online Trailer

Bullseye Kiln-glass Education Online Trailer

Learn more at: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/bkeo The goal of our ongoing educational video series is to explore the full range of kiln-glass methods and cover the same lessons taught in regular Bullseye classes. This is an open-ended series of online lessons appropriate for everyone from beginners to advanced kilnformers. Lessons are designed by Bullseye instructors to provide foundational skills, inspiration, and new leading-edge approaches to kiln-glass. Downloadable firing schedules, product lists, and helpful links are included.

Catch the Orange to Bullseye Glass!

Catch the Orange to Bullseye Glass!

Bullseye Glass Resource Center Portland 3610 SE 21st Avenue Portland, OR 97202 http://maps.google.com/maps?q=3610+SE+21st+Ave.+97202&hl=en http://catchtheorange.com/#/stations/17th-rhine/ MUSIC Quirky Dog by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/wordpress/2015/07/quirky-dog/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUdZOgWD0DU Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Artists Drawing with Glass

Artists Drawing with Glass

Learn more at: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/bkeo Artist credits: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/images/stories/bullseye/PDF/Lessons_Projects/artists_drawing_with_glass_add_info.pdf This lesson introduces Tom Prochaska, Rafael Cauduro, Catharine Newell and Jeff Wallin, four artists who draw with glass, exploring the unique opportunities provided by the method. *** The goal of our ongoing educational video series is to explore the full range of kiln-glass methods and cover the same lessons taught in regular Bullseye classes. This is an open-ended series of online lessons appropriate for everyone from beginners to advanced kilnformers. Lessons are designed by Bullseye instructors to provide foundational skills, inspiration, and new leading-edge approaches to kiln-glass. Downloadable firing schedules, product lists, and helpful links are included.

Bullseye Factory Tour

Bullseye Factory Tour

We're pretty proud of the one and only Bullseye Factory here in Portland, Oregon. It's been in operation for more than 40 years, and we're happy to show it off to the hundreds of people who come throughout the year to take a tour. Now you can tour the place all of our glass comes from using your browser or mobile device. We start in our Production department and feature stops in Batch, Melt, and Casting before moving on to Quality Control and Shipping. Welcome to the Bullseye Factory! http://www.bullseyeglass.com

Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls in Pâte de Verre

Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls in Pâte de Verre

Learn more at: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/bkeo Additional information: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/images/stories/bullseye/PDF/Lessons_Projects/day_of_the_dead_skulls_add_info.pdf Mold Making: http://www.bullseyeglass.com/images/stories/bullseye/PDF/Lessons_Projects/day_of_the_dead_skulls_mold_making.pdf Pâte de Verre is a casting method that involves hand-packing layers of frit and powder in a refractory mold. The term literally means “paste of glass” in French. Works made with this technique take many forms. These include thin-walled vessels, sculptural pieces, and textured wall panels. In this Lesson, we explore the method by making a skull decorated in the spirit of Dia de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead. In Mexico, this holiday centers on remembrance of friends and family, and one custom is making festively decorated calaveras, or skulls, from granules of sugar. For our Day of the Dead skull, we'll use granules of glass instead. The process involves packing a refractory mold with granules of glass and gum arabic. Before firing, the packed glass is back-filled with talc powder to keep it in place. The resulting piece will have a sugary appearance. But though it looks delicate, this is in fact a strong and long-lasting object. *** IMAGE USAGE CREDITS Sugar skull images used with the kind permission of: Mama Latina Tips / Silvia Martinez - http://www.mamalatinatips.com Reign Trading Co. / Angela Villalba - http://www.mexicansugarskull.com Melissa Guerra Latin Kitchen Market - http://www.melissaguerra.com Sugar Skull Molds by: Reign Trading Co. - http://www.mexicansugarskull.com *** The goal of our ongoing educational video series is to explore the full range of kiln-glass methods and cover the same lessons taught in regular Bullseye classes. This is an open-ended series of online lessons appropriate for everyone from beginners to advanced kilnformers. Lessons are designed by Bullseye instructors to provide foundational skills, inspiration, and new leading-edge approaches to kiln-glass. Downloadable firing schedules, product lists, and helpful links are included.

Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA) - Act 2: The Next Track

Museum of Northwest Art (MoNA) - Act 2: The Next Track

A group show of kilnformed glass created during two summer residencies at Pilchuck Glass School by artists in the second stage of their careers. Many of the artists have worked successfully in other fields and have come to glass later in their lives, producing works of great variety and range. The exhibition at MoNA (Museum of Northwest Art) is co-curated by Steve Klein, Richard Parrish, and Kathleen Moles. Material support for the Pilchuck residencies was supplied by Bullseye Glass. http://www.museumofnwart.org/

Glass Raking Tutorial

Glass Raking Tutorial

Tutorial video about raking glass

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