Anna Grigson is the Director of Sabbia Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
With a career spanning thirty-five years Anna Grigson has been a long-standing advocate for the representation and promotion of Australia’s premier artists. Her experience crosses many contemporary art mediums, including Asian art, ceramics, glass, Australian Indigenous art, jewellery, painting, printmaking, sculpture and textiles.
After working with some of the finest public and commercial galleries in Sydney, Anna’s focus shifted to specialising in contemporary studio glass and ceramics with Sabbia Gallery, being established in 2005. Under Anna’s guidance and commitment, the gallery has developed an international reputation as the premier Australian gallery for these innovative art mediums. It is one of Sydney’s most prominent commercial exhibition spaces representing the finest contemporary artists working in glass and ceramics.
Sabbia has established an important stable of artists over its time. Anna’s work with ceramics has expanded with the inclusion of Indigenous artists from remote Australia. Sabbia Gallery has been working with artists from Ernabella Arts in the APY Lands, Erub Arts in the Torres Strait, Girringun in North Queensland, Hermannsburg Potters in the Central Desert and Tiwi on Bathurst Island.
Anna is an approved valuer for the Australian Federal Government’s Cultural Gifts Program.