Discovering art in Toronto: Sandra Ainsley Gallery
When we imagine a glass-leading gallery in Toronto, we cannot think anything but Sandra Ainlsey Gallery. With the enthusiasm, energy, and dedication to the art world, Sandra has created a successful activity where art and long-lasting relationships with artists and clients can be seen as significant features.
Back in 1984 Sandra Ainsley established her first gallery in the well-known Yorkville area, Toronto. Throughout the years she has moved and relocated in different locations around the city: in 1989 she settled in the financial district’s Exchange Tower, the perfect spot to give her the opportunity to work better with both private and corporate clients; in 2002 she opened a new space in the historic Distillery District; and in 2012 she inaugurated the latest location in an industrial warehouse, in the Don Valley Parkway and Eglinton Ave area. The present position is the perfect spot to showcase incredible works of art and install fabulous exhibitions.
Walking around the gallery visitors can enjoy beautiful glass sculptures and installations that perfectly fit in this backdrop showing both small and large-scale works. Sandra Ainlsey gallery represents national and international artists working the glass and she has been exhibiting their masterpieces for over 25 years now.
Fascinating installations, beautiful colors, captivating shapes, and breathtaking glass creations decorate this gem in the Toronto district. Prestigious creations of renowned glass artists can be discovered all around and art enthusiasts can learn the allure behind the material. Among all the artists here represented, the mastery of Lino’s works incredibly captures the visitors’ attention: Bilbao, Dinosaur, Angel Tear, and Africa are the main works showcased in this welcoming spot.
Sandra’s passion for art and glass is a key element that has helped her develop beautiful relations with the artists and the people she collaborates with, and has given her the opportunity to become a leading gallery in the glass art in Canada.
The enthusiasm shared with the gallery owner, the team, and the glass community involved in this fascinating place is another characteristic that invites both the general public and glass collectors to stop and discover the gallery. Indeed, Sandra and the collaborators welcome you to enjoy and explore the exposed masterpieces.