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Bullseye Glass in Brooklyn hosts 10th employee art show

Post Time:Feb 01,2012Classify:Company NewsView:294

Have you ever visited the upstairs art gallery at the Bullseye Glass Resource Center?


The small gallery at 3610 S.E. 21st Avenue in Brooklyn hosts a “Working Glass” art exhibit each November and December, showcasing glass art created by Bullseye employees with Bullseye products.


“This is our 10th annual employee art show,” beamed Center Manager Janet Bartholomew. “Since we recently allowed collaborative pieces, more than 35 staff are represented here from nearly every department.


“We look forward to the show each year, because it allows us to share our enthusiasm for glass with friends, family, and creative people in the community. It’s also a way for us to introduce our products and classes to the public. Our artist profiles are as interesting as their display pieces. We have a lot of fun bringing the show to life, and exhibiting the efforts of our creative in-house artists.”


This year’s exhibit showcased everything from colorful containers and free-form sculpture to wall art and upcycled materials.


A piece by Tom Jacobs called “Leftovers” is made of kiln-formed, hand-pulled stringer, and “the leftovers of a previous series!”

Source: www.thebeenews.comAuthor: shangyi

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