Monthly Archives: September 2014

Folks come from far and wide to take classes in Bullseye’s Research & Education studios in Portland, and this week was no exception.

A group of 10 students from Japan have been here participating in a five-day glass fusing expedition organized by Junji Miwa of Jujo, a Bullseye dealer in Nagoya, Japan. This is the sixth such group trip that Miwa has led to Portland since 2005. For several members of the group, this was a return trip. Here are a few pictures snapped throughout the week. read more

In the newest Bullseye Kiln-Glass Education Online video lesson, we showed you a fun and easy project that uses the pâte de verre method.  Day of the Dead Skulls is a great way to learn the basic principles of the method, and have a finished product to show for it.  Now let’s take a look at some more advanced applications of pâte de verre.

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Day of the Dead (Dios de los Muertos) conjures some very distinct imagery: skeletons and skulls, often with big toothy grins, adorned with bright marigolds and intense saturations of color.  Macabre but also festive.  Most of you know it, or have seen it without realizing.

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Bullseye glass celebrates its 40th anniversary at the Portland factory

Welcome to the Bullseye Boardwalk!

Bullseye had its 40th Anniversary Boardwalk Bash party at the factory in Portland, OR in August. read more