In an effort to make our space beautiful and to support the artisans in our local community, you will find an array of artwork, including watercolors, jewelry, quilts, ceramics and more gracing the walls and shelves of our studio.

The art will rotate every six weeks or so to offer a vast sampling of creations from talented folks right here in our community. Most pieces will be available for sale and payment may be made by check or credit card.

If you are, or know of, a talented local artist who might be interested in displaying your work at our studio, please contact us.


Olga Klein, Beaded Jeweler

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Olga was born and raised in Hungary and studied in Moscow where she received a degree in Education and Interpreting. She learned the love of creating something beautiful from her mother who was very artistic and always busy with knitting, embroidering or seam-stressing. Olga followed her mother's example and, when she was a young girl, started making many cross-stitched pieces and knitted many sweaters. She later learned the art of flower arrangement and worked in various flower shops in Melbourne, Australia. Jewelry-making became Olga's hobby in America when she went with a friend to a bead show eight years ago. She got hooked, and from that time she has been making necklaces and earrings. Olga strives to experiment with colors and loves combining different materials, as well as learning new techniques in jewelry making. Olga participates in local fairs and home shows. She has also donated her creations to organizations such as the HART Foundation - from where she, her husband and two sons adopted their current dog Pluto - as well as donations to the American Cancer Society. Olga is constantly working on new designs and all of her pieces are one of a kind.

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Jack Nevitt, Photographer

Jack has been a photographer since he purchased his first SLR in 1968. He has worked as a photo lab technician in the Government for nearly 20 years and a video production specialist for 10 years, before retiring in 2003. Since retiring, Jack has been a full time nature and wildlife photographer. 

Jack purchased his first digital camera in 2003 and has not looked back, shooting strictly digital ever since.  Jack is a member of the Manassas Warrenton Photo Club and now resides is Ashburn, VA with his wife, Carole and their basset hound, Tyler. Jack is represented in two galleries, the Gateway Gallery in Round Hill, VA and the Artists of Middleburg Gallery in Middleburg, VA. Jack is currently involved in stock photography and his images have been used in magazines, TV shows and calendars around the country.

 

 

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