The Clinton Arts Center is a Bullseye Glass Dealer

What does this mean to our students and customers? Incredible selection and unbeatable prices!

Our commitment to working with Bullseye Glass Company:

Bullseye Glass Company is a manufacturer of colored glass for art and architecture with worldwide distribution and a strong commitment to research, education, and promoting glass art. They are based in Portland, Oregon.

Since 1974, Bullseye has collaborated with a community of artists worldwide with whom we’ve been instrumental in developing many of the fundamental materials and methods at the core of contemporary kiln-glass. They are widely known as the first company in the world to formulate and manufacture glasses that are factory-tested for fusing compatibility. They are also recognized for key contributions to the kiln forming, kiln casting, flameworking, and cold working methods used to create glass art.

Bullseye’s first products were made with recycled glass, and that was more than thirty-five years ago. From the beginning, Bullseye has been seriously committed to social responsibility: impacting the environment, communities, and people in positive ways.

The Beauty of Bullseye Glass:

Here at the Clinton Arts Center, we believe that the beauty and functionality of Bullseye’s glass are unparalleled. From vibrant colors to unique reactive glass – Bullseye glass is cut-able and perfect for both kiln forming and cold working.

What is Bullseye Glass?

Bullseye is colored glass that’s manufactured for use in art and architecture. All of our glasses can be used for stained glass and mosaic work, and most are tested-compatible for fusing and other methods of forming glass within a kiln.

What can I do with Bullseye glass?

The sky’s the limit. Most of our customers work in fusing, kiln forming, kiln casting, torchworking and stained glass. But plenty of others use our glass to add color to their gardens, concrete surfaces and other places where permanent decorative materials are desired.

What is glass fusing?

Fusing is the joining together of separate glasses through the application of heat within a kiln. Many people use the terms “fusing” and “kiln forming” interchangeably.

What is kiln forming?

Kilnforming is the shaping of glass within a kiln, using heat and gravity. Kilnforming methods include fusing, slumping, kiln casting and other techniques. Works made using these techniques can be called “kiln-glass.”

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