Bullseye fires Paragon kilns throughout their factory.
Bullseye Glass helped start the glass fusing movement in the early 1980s with their line of fusing-compatible glass. Bullseye has always led the industry in education.
Nothing beats hands-on glass instruction from a good teacher. A teacher can shorten the learning curve and assure you of successful glasswork. But not everyone has access to local classes. Now you can study with Bullseye Glass without having to travel to their Portland, Oregon or Santa Fe, New Mexico Resource Centers. Sign up for their Online Education Program for an expanding selection of home study video lessons. Receive inspiration and knowledge from Bullseye’s instructors for a nominal annual fee.
Bullseye is planning on adding 12 new videos each year. So in addition to the existing videos, you can watch new content each month. Some of the videos come with downloadable firing schedules.
Learn to grind glass with a wet belt sander; paint on glass with frits; design your own firing schedules; cut glass with a low loss ratio; fire a kiln; and much more. Click here for more information.
There is always something new to learn in glasswork.