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Bullseye Glass Company | Bullseye Projects

Installed view of Silvia Levenson's "Identidad Desaparecida" at Bullseye Projects, 2016
Bullseye Glass Company factory in Portland, Oregon
Bullseye at SOFA Chicago
Kilnformed glass windows by Jun Kaneko at Temple Har Shalom, Park City, Utah
Sarmiento/Panneels, The Liverpool Map, 2010
Heike Brachlow - Omega
Jeffrey Sarmiento - Encyclopaedia 16
Artist Karlyn Sutherland
Jessica Jackson Hutchins - in Residence at Bullseye Studio in Portland, Oregon
Kilnformed Glass Panels by Bullseye Glass Company
Lani McGregor
Bullseye Glass Co

BULLSEYE is, before all else, a factory started by artists for artists. We produce not only the world’s first and largest palette of colored glass designed especially for kilnforming, but also an educational program to assist beginners and experts in its use. At the heart of this making space our Studio assists artists to translate their art into architecture, with fabrication assistance and client connections.

BULLSEYE PROJECTS is the factory’s exhibition wing where rotating shows of works by artists from around the world share space with family programs, ongoing lectures, and where we oversee our artist residency programs.

BULLSEYE GLASS CO.
3722 SE 21st Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97202 USA
http://www.bullseyeglass.com

BULLSEYE PROJECTS
300 NW 13th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97209 USA
http://www.bullseyeprojects.com

Details about work or recent projects

COLLECT 2017 (February 2-6) Bullseye Projects returns to the Saatchi Gallery in London to participate in the thirteenth edition of COLLECT, an international art fair of contemporary objects.

http://www.bullseyeprojects.com/exhibitions/263/overview/

BECon 2017 Transformation (June 22-24, Portland, Oregon, USA) A conference for students, aspiring, and accomplished kiln-glass professionals.

http://www.bullseyeglass.com/education/becon-2017.html

Phone: 001 503 227 0222
Technique:
Casting, Cold work, Engraving, Etching, Flame working, Hot glass, Kiln work, Leaded and stained, Painting
Occupation:
Educator, Gallery, Trade and Industry
Discipline:
Architectural, Fine art, Sculptural
Areas of Interest:
Education, Exhibition