Contemporary Glass Art
Rossella Junck opened her first gallery in Venice in 1982, and since 1989 has specialized in Murano glass from the 16th to the 20th century. She has organized important exhibitions in her gallery and in museums in Italy and in other countries, and published many catalogues. Since 1995 she has widened her activities to include contemporary glass, working with a select group of emerging young artists who have had a great success with both public and critics.
Aldo Bova, Rossella Junck and Puccio Migliaccio are responsible for all attributions and dating.

Bégou, Marisa e Alain
Bégou, Marisa e Alain
Among the best-known of artists working in glass, the couple has been creating pieces of extraordinary appeal in their atelier in Villetelle in the south of their native France since 1979, with Marise decorating and Alain blowing the glass. They have exhibited in leading museums and galleries throughout Europe.

Deboni, Franco
Deboni, Franco
An architect by profession and a native of Trieste, Deboni is one of the most famous experts in XX century Murano glass. In 1998 he created four large panels that were exhibited at the International Glass Biennale and has since extended his range to include fascinating vases featuring rough, oxidized surfaces.

Domancich, Micheline
Domancich, Micheline
Micheline Domancich was born in France in 1944. She finished her studies in 1963 and began a teaching career. After a number of years spent in travelling around the world and experimenting with various occupations, she returned to France and began her activity as an artist. She worked with Ginny Ruffner at the Sars Poterie in 1990. In 1992 she participated in an exhibition at the Institute of Visual Arts of Orléans. She has won the First Application for the International exhibition of Glass in Kanazawa, Japan. She was selected to exhibit her works for Heart Troubles.

Ehrler, Franck
Ehrler, Franck
After studying at Vannes-Le Chatel, this French artist began creating highly original pieces combining string and other materials with glass; some time ago he moved to Murano, where he has embarked on a series of amusing, stylized animals.

Engelbreit, Carole
Engelbreit, Carole
After studying at CERFAV in Vannes-Le-Chatel Carole developed her technique in various work-shops in France and Czechoslovakia. For some years she has been experimenting with pate de verre technique.

Fawkes, Sally
Fawkes, Sally
Sally Fawkes was born in London in 1968, and studied Art and Design at the Southend College of Technology and at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design. She studied glass-making with Mieke Groot, Richard Price, Colin Reid. She began working in glass and then she opened her own studio. Her works have been shown in important exhibitions in Europe and United States.

Gonet, Matteo
Gonet, Matteo
Matteo Gonet was born in Swtzerland in 1979. After attending the Glasfachschule of Zwiesel, he studied for two years at CERFAV in Vannes-le-Chatel, afterwards attending the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. He has worked in the Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, Great Britain and the Czech Republic and now works at the CIRVA in Marseilles.

Brian, Hall
Hall, Brian
Brian Hall was born in Canada. After taking his degree in visual arts at the Alberta College for Art and Design in 997 he attended the Pilchuck Glass School. He then founded the Flux Glass Works, a glass studio and gallery in Canmore, Alberta. He has shown his work in many Canadian galleries, in the United States and in Europe. He has been selected to participate in many competitions and has won several important prize

Jackson, Richard
Jackson, Richard
Richard Jackson was born in London in 1959, and studied at the San Francisco State University and at the Dudley College of Technology. He studied glass-making with Mieke Groot, Richard Price; he has participated in many international competitions, and his works have been shown in important exhibitions throughout Europe.

Lill, Ivo
Ivo Lill was born in Tallinn, Estonia, in 1953, and took a degree at the local Art Academy in 1985. He has had many one-man show and group shows in galleries and museums throughout Europe. He has won many awards, including the 1986 Annual Prize of the Estonian Artists Union, the Prize of the Baltic Art Triennial IV (1988), The Silver Prize at the International Exhibition of Glass in Kanazawa, Japan (2001). His works are in the collections of the Corning Museum of Glass, the Tallinn Museum of Applied Arts, the Ebeltoft Glass Museum, Denmark, the Glas Museum in Frauenau, Germany, the Centre del Vidre, Barcelona, the Gus Khrustalny Glass Museum, Russia, the Bohemia Hall of Novy Bor, Czech Republic, and the Estonian Art Fund, Tallinn.

Mathis, Sylvain
Mathis, Sylvain
After attending several advanced courses in fusing, thermofusing and pate de verre, Sylvain Mathis chose the pate de verre technique as his speciality. He has created works of extraordinary originality which fully display his talent as sculptor.

Mauro, Eraldo
Mauro, Eraldo
A native of Udine, Mauro has exhibited his painting in several important one-man-shows in Italy and the United States. For some time he has also been interested in glass, exploring the expressive capacity of single colours in the medium.

Nordio, Massimo
Nordio, Massimo
The work of this Venetian artist has been exhibited in leading Italian, American and Japanese galleries since the 80's; in 1998 the Correr Museum in Venice dedicated an exhibition to his work in aventurine, a precious material used in the Murano glass-making tradition.

Poilprez, Isabelle
Poilprez, Isabelle
After completing her studies in graphics and ceramics, this French artist turnend to working with glass at Vannes-Le-Chatel. Since 1996 she has worked on Murano, designing and producing pieces in which she also uses materials such as wood, ceramics, flowers and shells.

Riond Sibony, Anne-Lise
After studying art and design in the United States, Anne-Lise Riond Sibony studied glass making techniques at the Sars Poterie and the CERFAV at Vannes-Le-Chatel. She has shown her work in many European galleries and museums, to great acclaim.

Robertson, Donald
Donald Robertson took a degree in creative arts at Dawson College and another in Applied Arts at the Sheridan School of Arts and Crafts and Design at Missisauga. He has been active in glass making in Canada, the United States and the Czech Republic, experimenting with a number of different technique. His work has been shown in many galleries throughout canada, the United States, Europe and in Singapore. He has been chosen to participate in numerous shows and has won many several prizes including the Indusmin Limited Award, Sheridan College, Missisauga and Honourable Mention Grand Prix des Métiers d'Art of Montreal.

Seegers, Patrick
Seegers, Patrick
After completing his studies in industrial and architectural, the German artist Patrick Seegers began specializing in glass, perfecting his technique in Germany, Czechoslovakia and the United States. His works are exhibited in important galleries and museums throughout Europe.

Veis, David
David Veis was born in 1973. He studied at CERFAV in Vannes le Chatel, France and he took a degree at the Beaux Arts of Digne les Bains. He worked in Quebec, in the Czech republic and in Italy. His work has been exhibited in several exhibitions in France and in Italy.

Weiland, Julius
Julius Weiland is a German musician who started working with glass in Sweden in 1996 and was subsequently awarded a bursary enabling him to study at the Pilchuck Glass School. His work, featuring a striking use of the fusing technique, has been seen in several exhibitions in Europe.

Zbynovsky, Vladimir
Zbynovsky, Vladimir
Vladimir Zbynovsky was born in the Czech Republic in 1964. After completing his studies in stone sculpture at the Institute of Decorative Arts, he began working in glass at the Bratislava Institute of Fine Arts. This was followed by studies with Olivier de Serres at the School of Applied Arts in Paris. His works have been shown in galleries throughout Europe, the United States and Japan. He has been selected to participate in many competitions, and has been awarded prizes including the 1991 Amber prize and the 1996 Triennial Competition, Nuremberg. His works are in the permanent collections of the Meisenthal Museum, the XXI Century Museum, Kanazawa, the bank of St Paul, Luxembourg, and the National Bank, Amsterdam.


Rossella Junck Gallery also exhibits works by: Helli Aumann, Marisa and Alain Bégou, Frederick Birkhill, Mauro Bonaventura, Michele Burato, Corinne Cauwet, Fero Csandal, Franco Deboni, Elisabeth Decobert, Antonio Dei Rossi, Nadège Desgenetez, Erik Dietman, Micheline Domancich, Sébastien Duchange, Franck Ehrler, Carole Engelbreit, Catherine Farge, Sally Fawkes, Jan Fisar, Marie Catherine Geffroy, Matteo Gonet, Brian Hall, Florian Harling, Sophie Hericher, Richard Jackson, Ghislène Jolivet, Xavier Jacolot, Herman Kampman, Ron Kent, Jutaro Kijima, Julie Lasfargues, Nicolas Laty, David Laurent, Ivo Lill, Kiko Lopez, Sylvain Mathis, Iwao Matsushima, Eraldo Mauro, Andrea Morucchio, Ralph Mossman, Mel Munsen, Massimo Nordio, Yann Oulevay, Sara Pelly Wertsman, Fabienne Picaud, Isabelle Poilprez, Anne-Lise Riond Sibony, Donald Robertson, Segolène Roth, Wolfgang Schmölders, Patrick Seegers, François Thelliez, Céline Tilliet, Carl Van Hees, David Veis, Wiebke Vogt, Julius Weiland, Jean-Claude Yann, Patricia Yann, Vladimir Zbynovsky, Yan Zoritchak.