Representing Galleries

Habatat Galleries

Royal Oak, Michigan, USA


Habatat Galleries was established in 1971 by Ferdinand Hampson in a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. Since 2013 his sons Corey Hampson and Aaron Schey are running the gallery. It is the oldest and largest gallery in the United States devoted exclusively to artists working with glass as their medium. Habatat is home of the original International Glass Invitational, where for nearly 50 years the most notable artists, emerging and prominent alike, are introduced and exhibited. The gallery works with many museums and art centers and commonly developed exhibitions that have been displayed in over 100 public institutions. As a direct result, numerous artworks have entered prestigious public collections. 

Schantz Galleries

Stockbridge, Massachusetts, USA


Schantz Galleries feature a substantial collection of contemporary sculpture by national and international artists working with glass as their medium. The gallery is located in the heart of the Berkshires of Massachusetts, about a 2-hour drive from New York or Boston. The 60 plus artists represent an impressive range of perspectives, techniques and interpretations. The gallery curated several Museum exhibitions in the past and supports build-up of private and public collections, reaching from small scale to large architectural installations.

Sandra Ainsley Gallery

Toronto, Canada


Sandra Ainsley Gallery is the leading contemporary glass art gallery in Canada. In business since 1984, numerous outstanding international artists are exhibited representing an extensive diversity of artistic approaches and techniques. The gallery is committed to the highest possible quality and to help building private and public collections. In September 2012, the Toronto-based gallery moved to a spectacular new space of 8,000 sq. foot/750 m² in a warehouse with ceilings reaching 22 feet/7 m high. Dramatic lighting and an open-concept layout are an ideal backdrop for the gallery’s trademark collection of contemporary sculpture. 

Continuum Gallery

Königswinter, Germany


It was no coincidence that Magdalena and Wiktor Borowski opened their contemporary art gallery in 2010. Art is formative in the family history as many generations inherited knowledge and skills complemented with a deep passion for art. The gallery’s collection focuses on sculpture, contemporary paintings and photography, working closely with emerging and established international artists. Our collaboration has always been highly successful, and I always gladly commit to show my latest work at Continuum. Located on the Wintermühlenhof manor, the gallery is part of an architectural monument with a history going back over 600 years. Königswinter is a 15 min drive from Bonn, Germany.

Gallery Stölting

Hamburg, Germany


The gallery was founded by Tom Stölting in 2013 to mark the 25th anniversary of Glasgalerie Hittfeld, opened by his mother Eliska Stölting in 1988. He devotes himself to carry on his mother’s internationally renowned gallery to the next generation. Located in Hamburg-HafenCity, the venue owes its fascination to being surrounded by water and the dichotomy of historic warehouses and modern architecture. The gallery’s focus is on leading Czech glass artists. I am proud to be one of the few “foreign” artists in the gallery, and to see my work in good company beside the masterworks by Libenský & Brychtová, Ivan Mareš, Josef Marek or Jan Fišar. Gallery Stölting was involved in developing the collection of the Achilles Foundation.

Etienne Gallery

Oisterwijk, Netherlands


Caroline and Matisse Etienne are active in the world of contemporary art since 40 years, having started in The Hague and moved with Etienne Gallery to the town centre of Oisterwijk in 2003. They work with great dedication on an exclusive selection of national and international artists, constantly on the lookout for young talents. With their support, some artists they introduced at a young age are now represented in museums and private collections worldwide. The gallery participates at art fairs like PAN Amsterdam and Art Breda, which draw the interest of many visitors and are well-known by collectors in the Netherlands and abroad. If you are in Europe, the gallery is well worth making a detour from Amsterdam, Brussels, or even Paris.

Gallery Sikabonyi

Vienna, Austria


The gallery can be found in the centre of Vienna’s old town for over a decade. You feel the influence of the close Slovakian border, Bratislava is just one hour drive away. With a strong belief in the rewarding value of art, owners Astrid and André Sikabonyi are dedicated vividly to contemporary sculpture with glass as medium. The gallery has become a hot spot for many collectors and visitors from Austria and around the world as its portfolio offers a selection of the most renowned as well as new artists from Europe, Asia, South America, and the USA.

Shaw Gallery

Naples, Florida, USA


For more than three decades, Shaw Gallery of Fine Arts presents national and international paintings, sculptures, and art glass. Currently, the gallery has more than 40 prominent artists on display at its thriving location in Olde Naples right at the Gulf Coast of Florida. Shaw Gallery not only offers full-service for private collectors. To promote the public visibility of art, the gallery works with communal and private institutions as well as private businesses.