Date: April 2021

Mother’s Day Photo Contest

Know a mom who deserves recognition this Mother’s Day?

Argo & Lehne wants to know about her.

Michelle Ward, president at Argo & Lehne Jewelers with her daughter. Photograph: Hugues Saint-Amand

 

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Inside Argo’s: Anna

Anna at Argo & Lehne Jewelers In Columbus, OH

Anna fits in so well with our business culture of being customer-oriented, helpful and upbeat. She has fun with everything she does, while always striving for excellence. Introducing Anna in her words!

Who is Anna? How would you describe yourself in one sentence?

An energetic people person who loves to bring joy and laughter to others.

Your position:

Part-time sales associate since June 2020

Why Argo’s?

I love small, family owned businesses, and being part of one is even better. We place great importance on supporting the individual, and helping everyone find their perfect piece. I love my little Argo’s family!

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Art at Argo’s – “Play Persistently”, Jeanie Coy Auseon, 2-D Artist

Play & Wonder, 2. 30″ x 30″, Paint, Charcoal on Mylar, $995.

Art at Argo’s enthusiastically welcomes Jeanie Coy Auseon this quarter with her exhibit, Play Persistently, on display at our Upper Arlington showroom April 5 – June 5, 2021. Jeanie is an Upper Arlington resident who has been creating her entire life. However, since retirement, she has dedicated much of her time to 2D art.

Jeanie is a “process artist”, absorbed in the technique and procedures of her art. She has journeyed through surface design in multiple forms such as batik on silk, silk screening, printmaking, oil paint and cold wax, and has stretched the boundaries of each by exploring different techniques. The problem solver in her is drawn to these art forms.

In the exhibit, “Play Persistently,” she treats our visitors to a breathtaking assortment of media. The inspiration for her artwork is nature, but also the shadows or voids in the realistic view. She is intrigued by the way daylight plays off objects. She tends to avoid any recognizable subject matter as she wants viewers to interpret her works in their own way. Her abstract style draws you in, as the color, composition, mood and feeling may vary. Jeanie naturally prefers warmer colors and some have observed an Asian influence in her work, perhaps from the times she visited China and Japan. “Play & Wonder,” an example of the artist pushing her comfort zone, using blues. We invite you to explore her work, both online and in-store through June 5th, and come to your own conclusions. (more…)

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