A row of billets in blue, green, purple and amber that recede into the distance. Atmospheric feeling.

Welcome to Bullseye Glass

~ handcast glass since 1974 ~

~ A Factory, Started By Artists
To Make Material For Other Artists. ~

In 1974, three recent art school graduates cobbled together a glass factory in the backyard of a ramshackle house in Portland, Oregon. Resourceful by nature and necessity, they built their factory with scraps repurposed from a shipyard. And, their products—hand-rolled sheets for the stained glass trade—were made from recycled bottle cullet. Shamelessly innovative and unconventional, Bullseye Glass Company was born.

at Bullseye Glass Resource Centers

Tim Carey building an image from pieces of broken glass

A Painterly Portrait in Glass
class with artist Tim Carey

Create stunning effects with broken glass!

Ted Sawyer giving an online class

Learn how to form glass in a kiln. There is a video, class or article for you!

Installation of "The Soil You See..." by Wendy Red Star. Fabricated at Bullseye Studio in Portland, Oregon.

Wendy Red Star’s Kilnformed Glass Monument at the National Mall

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Amber and White Streaky Glass

Find Our Glass

Bullseye Glass is available in our Online Store, at our five Bullseye Resource Centers, through Bullseye Glass Dealers, through the Bullseye Catalog and Price List, and by contacting our Factory Sales Department by email or phone for orders at regular and wholesale prices.

sales@bullseyeglass.com | 503.232.8887