Tag Fine Art

New Project Announcement: Spencer Finch’s Installation at The Corning Museum of Glass

October 30, 2019

Brooklyn artist Spencer Finch, represented by James Cohan Gallery (NY, NY), recently received an unprecedented commission from The Corning Museum of Glass. His task? To create the Museum’s first site-specific commission since the opening of...

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Major Artwork for New Multnomah County Central Courthouse

November 25, 2018

Portland, OR – Artist Lynn Basa has been selected by Portland, Oregon’s Regional Arts & Culture Council (RACC) to create an artwork of significant scale for the lobby of the new 17-story Multnomah County Central...

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Healthcare Environments + Kiln-Glass

June 26, 2018

Art aids the healing process, inspires well-being, and can deeply influence one’s experience in nearly any environment. For these reasons, art plays a crucial role in hospitals and care centers around the world. Kiln-glass artworks...

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Artist Focus: Laurel Porcari

June 25, 2018

Born and raised in Yonkers, NY, artist Laurel Porcari is a resident and active community member of New Orleans. Bullseye’s connection to Laurel began in 2003 when our Director of Research and Education, Ted Sawyer, met her while assisting a Warren...

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Featured Project: “Bloom”, by artist Ellen George

April 8, 2018

Working with SERA Architects, Portland Hotel Development wanted to commission artwork for the back wall of The Nines hotel reception desk in Portland, OR. Acting as art consultant, Paige Powell proposed Portland sculptor Ellen George be the designer. Goals for...

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Artist Focus: Jessica Jackson Hutchins – From Residency to Fine Art Installations

December 6, 2017

Bullseye Studio’s work with the artist Jessica Jackson Hutchins began when she was selected for a winter 2017 residency at our fabrication studio in Portland, OR. Though new to glass, Hutchins’ inquiries and experiments in the new material, along with...

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Public Art + Bullseye Studio

December 5, 2017

The above photo shows part of a public art installation, called Five Hearths, located in an outdoor municipal plaza in Greensboro, NC. The installation, designed by artists Crystal Schenk and Shelby Davis, consists of 2.5″-thick reverse-relief glass slabs set into concrete bollards...

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Transparent Style – American Craft Magazine

Download: American Craft Nov 2017 This article originally appeared in the October/November 2017 issue of American Craft Magazine.

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Bullseye Noted for Project Consultation

October 8, 2017

Glass Art Magazine’s fall issue features the compelling backstory behind Judson Studios’ Resurrection Window, the world’s largest single composition fused glass window. A big thank you to Judson Studios and Narcissus Quagliata for sharing Bullseye Studio’s role in this stunning project....

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