Brooklyn's 'Working Glass Art Show' off to a late start
The annual "Working Glass Art Show", which features glass artworks created by Bullseye Glass Company employees, is held in the mezzanine gallery at Bullseye's Resource Center, 3610 S.E. 21st Avenue. Since the event was not scheduled last fall, when it usually is, art aficionados are asking when the next show will be held.
According to Sarah Milliron at the Resource Center, entries for it are now due on February 19, and will be installed in the gallery by the end of the month. The public show opens on March 15, and lasts for three months. The show displays employee talents, and the many types of art glass produced by Bullseye. Since working with colored glass is a mystery to many art lovers, the annual show is usually eagerly anticipated.
Until the show is installed, you can come and browse through the books, tools, supplies, and colorful glass samples on display in the Resource Center Showroom. For information on glass-working classes, if you'd like to explore glass art yourself, call 503/227-2797, or go online to – www.bullseyeglass.com