“The Maestro: Lino Tagliapietra” on View in Toronto
“The Maestro: Lino Tagliapietra” at the Sandra Ainsley Gallery in Toronto, Canada.
If you have yet to make plans to visit Toronto, Candada, get out your itinerary. Canada’s largest city is a must for your vacation this summer. The city, well-versed in arts, has an ever-growing diverse culture. Specifically, around half of it’s population was born out of the country. 
The art community in Toronto is vibrant as ever and amid the city a leading contemporary glass gallery beckons. Considering the city’s appreciation for diversity, creativity and arts, it’s a pleasure to announce a Lino exhibition in Toronto; The Maestro: Lino Tagliapietra.
Beginning May 13th through July 3rd, 2017, you will find a selection of Maestro Lino Tagliapietra’s pieces on display at the Sandra Ainsley Gallery in Toronto, Canada.
The Pieces —
At the new exhibition you will find selected pieces with bold and vibrant colors, intricate detail and fused-glass panels. In particular, you will find some of the most iconic works of the Maestro including Dinosaur, Angel Tear and Spirale. In addition, the Sandra Ainsley Gallery has created an online catalogue of Lino’s pieces available at the exhibition (click here for the online catalogue).
The Gallery —
Having been in business since 1984, Sandra Ainsley has established herself as a prominent member of the glass community. Furthermore, her commitment and passion for the art has allowed the Sandra Ainsley Gallery to become the leading dealer of contemporary glass art in Canada.
As of 2012, Sandra Ainsley relocated her gallery to the Don Valley Parkway and Eglinton Ave area. Sandra saw opportunity in a warehouse that has since been uniquely converted into a dramatic showroom. The new space, featuring 22 foot ceilings coupled with an open concept, is thoughtfully designed and fully utilizes its capacity to highlight pieces. The tall ceilings truly allow for pieces of larger scale to shine. At the gallery, visitors can find an impressive selection of national and international artists alike.
If you are in the Toronto area, or looking for an adventurous trip, look no further. We invite you to explore the Sandra Ainsley Gallery and view the Lino’s works in this unique location. The Maestro’s pieces selected for this exhibition are certainly sure to delight.