Craft Ontario, 1106 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Annika's Chevron Collection as well as her marbled ringholders are featured in Craft Ontario's new Gallery, located near Queen and Dovercourt.  

Craft Ontario is the leading advocating voice for craft makers in Ontario. Their organization promotes artists in the craft realm and provides opportunities for makers in all disciplines. "Our vision is for a world where craft is acknowledged as a source of enrichment in life valued for its artistic, cultural and economic merit".


Gardiner Museum Shop, 111 Queen's Park, Toronto, Ontario

Annika has a selection of slipcast and wheelthrown ceramics available for sale in the Gardiner Museum Shop.

The Gardiner Museum is an institution dedicated solely to ceramics and celebrating the art of clay. Along with their permanent collection and exhibition gallery, the museum has a beautiful gift shop that features handmade work by Canadian and international artists. Annika has also been teaching classes in their clay studios since 2016, be sure to visit their website for more information.


JJ Studio, 825B Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario

Annika has a small assortment of wheel thrown ceramics such as mugs, egg cups and vases available for sale in the JJ Studio gallery.

JJ Studio operates as a jewellery studio and gallery with a storefront in downtown Toronto. Their goal is to create a venue to showcase local crafts, gaining interest and understanding from the public so craft is recognized as a valuable part of life. They promote and celebrate professional craft by collaborating with various artists for custom projects, exhibitions and sales.

RAWspace, 270 Carlaw Avenue, Unit #102, Toronto, Ontario

Annika has a selection of slipcast and wheelthrown ceramics are available for sale in the RAWspace gallery. She also hosts clay workshops in their space, check the events page for upcoming opportunities!

Located in the trendy area of Leslieville, Toronto, RAWspace is a pop-up jewellery studio, showroom and shoppe co-owned and operated by mother-daughter duo Rochelle Alexandroff and Alysha Alexandroff-Appleton. RAWspace was conceived with the notion that all makers involved in the creative process have a commonality, in that they all begin their work using raw material; clay, glass, paint, paper, precious metals, wax, wood, etc. RAWspace supports the Toronto art and craft community by exclusively carrying locally made work. RAWspace also offers workshops of various mediums.

Suetables, Roncesvalles TO, Mount Pleasant TO, Westmount MTL

Annika is excited to be collaborating with this Toronto based jewellery designer who has recently expanded to Montreal. Marbled Porcelain Mini-Ringholders can be found in each of their stores.

The three stores are curated to house both Suetables-branded original jewelry designs, product collaborations with like-minded creators and soulful brands with whom they share a similar philosophy. They carry an assortment of one-of-a-kind and often exclusive items that can only be found in the Suetables stores.