Our Gallery is located at 14585 E. Park St (on the circle) in the charming village of Burton, Ohio.
We will be open on Sundays in March from 10am-3pm for Burton's Pancake Breakfast Season!
Enjoy our slide show, but be sure to visit our store in Burton for a full selection of one-of-a-kind glass pieces!
Daneal Ferraro Hansel discovered hot glass while attending Columbus College of Art & Design, where she earned her Bachelor's of Fine Arts degree in 1998. She has since taught various courses at Pittsburgh Glass Center, including Flameworking, Glassblowing, Fusing & Slumping, and Stained Glass, and has exhibited her work in various galleries. In 2007 Daneal began working professionally with Kelly Art Glass Company to restore numerous historical stained glass windows in the Pittsburgh area.
She currently focuses her creativity in bead-making and jewelry.
Douglas Hansel began working with hot glass at Kent State University, where he earned his Bachelor's of Fine Arts degree in 1998. Upon graduation, he was awarded a scholarship to attend Pilchuck Glass School in Washington. Douglas then began building his home studio, where his glass artworks are created today.
Together, in 2010, they opened their gallery in Burton, Ohio, where you can purchase their work today.