Make your living room more homey and comfortable with some new furniture from here, such as living room furniture.
Small changes in comfort can yield large results in productivity. By finding ergonomic chairs at store, you could be giving your employees more comfort while maximizing profits.
It's time to refresh your bedroom. This store has everything including bedroom furniture.
Perfect for the warmer months, the outdoor furniture here is just what you need to make your patio complete.
Modernize your bathroom decor with brand new furniture, you're sure to find something that suits your taste here.
Fill your day with inspiration and beauty when you take the time to admire the stunning works of art here.
Say bye to bare walls and empty space. Just a few of the pieces here that will work well in almost any room include rugs, throw pillows, and vases.
Wall decorations such as curtains and mirrors are sure to catch your eye, so stop in and see what else is on hand.
What kind of artwork catches your eye? Swing by this store for a look at some of the finest pieces in town.
Pottery and Clayworks Studio is located near endless parking possibilities, allowing drivers to park with ease.
Janez Ambrozic popped out of his mother's womb with a camera in his hand. By the age of nine, he had built his own dark room and learned how to develop film. But rather than hide behind the camera, he stepped out and became the subject, filling his college years with modeling gigs for Banana Republic, J.Crew, and Abercrombie. This early success prompted a move to Los Angeles, where he pursued a career as a professional model and actor. While he was striking poses, he observed professional photographers and directors at work, and being in their company soon inspired him to return to his first love.
Today, Janez crafts bold images with masterful lighting techniques that he picked up from California's catwalks, soundstages, and Rembrandt impersonators. Though his skill has garnered the attention of magazines, he chooses the rugged path of the freelancer, which gives him the liberty to snap portraits, chronicle weddings, and concoct sultry boudoir photos at will. When he isn't practicing his trade, he teaches others the art of photography during workshops and private sessions.
Colors & Bottles' founder Jessica Burley and her band of talented local artists are dedicated to supporting local emerging talent and businesses through art instruction held at nearby venues. Their resident artists travel to local eateries and art galleries, where they teach students of all skill levels to fashion dimensional masterpieces through step-by-step instruction. They also kindle creativity during private parties held at the location of your choice, asking only that the destination be outfitted with enough tables, chairs, and paint-by-numbers templates of the Sistine Chapel ceiling for all invitees. Colors & Bottles has received a nod for their engagingly creative events on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and within the pages of the Columbus Dispatch.
Grape guru and oenophile Marianne Frantz, who holds a diploma from London's Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) and who earned an Advanced Sommelier qualification from the Court of Master Sommeliers, founded American Wine School in 2002. She and her school have gone on to shepherd more than 10,000 sippers through classes, tastings, and grape-lookalike contests. Marianne, along with her knowledgeable staff, impart their vino wisdom in classes that range from the basic Wine 101 to the more extensive WSET certification courses. The school's classes and special events have even spilled into seven different states, teaching tongues across the nation to swirl, sniff, and taste the adult beverages and analyze why drinking wine while doing taxes is a bad idea.
As memory cards replaced film reels, many photographers—both professional and amateur—felt befuddled by the new technology. That's where Digital Photo Academy stepped in. Since 2007, the business has facilitated workshops that explore all aspects of digital imagery, from operating cameras and uploading digital files to editing images and airbrushing realistic mustaches. Seasoned professionals lead the courses, helping understudies hone their use of light, framing, and timing. Students furnish their own cameras, and can tote along any ancillary equipment such as tripods, laptops, and flashes that relate to the course at hand.
Inside the hot shop at The Glass Asylum, instructors show students how to draw molten glass from the furnace, manipulating the malleable material through a steel pipe. The studio offers something for artists of all experience levels. Classes cater to beginners, whereas open-studio sessions invite experienced glass artists to independently develop works of art. For those who just want to dip their toes into glass blowing, The Glass Asylum's shorter workshops can be a great experience for corporate events, birthdays, or special outings.