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Leave behind the mundane and escape to Breyting’s delightfully inclusive coffee bar, where our baristas help you explore the connection between coffee culture and artistic expression. Each drink is handcrafted—so be prepared to take a beat, relax, and enjoy a moment in your day while your organic coffee, tea, and nom-worthy, gluten-free and vegetarian treats are being prepared.
The founders are both lifelong vegetarians who advocate for growing local clean foods. Quality and localism are so important to the roastery that we have planned for an onsite hydroponic and grow tower farm to be built in the years ahead. We don’t claim to be experts on all the complex issues of food today, so we work with a vibrant group of food activists, foodies, herbalists, and farmers who help us. In our coffee bar, we showcase local artisans and makers. While our focus is coffee, we offer a delicious assortment of locally made foods. We focus on Certified Organic products whenever possible and always seek items made from locally grown ingredients.
To learn more about the seasonal ingredients and products we are currently showcasing, please follow us on Instagram and Facebook. It is also a great way to learn about all the other organizations our coffee sales support. We cater to conscious eaters, so we always strive to have a vibrant selection of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free offerings. Since coffee shops are one of the largest purchasers of milk, we are very proud to support Wainwright Dairy (wainwrightdairy.com) in Jacksonville, FL. This family farm is the most sustainable in the State of Florida, and their happy cows are fed only non-GMO grass-fed dairy. We also have a great selection of organic nut milks for those seeking a dairy-free or vegan alternative.
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Crystal Dombrosky is a award winning Contemporary Expressive Fine Art Painter based in Apopka Florida. Crystal has been a featured Artist at the Epcot International Festival of the Arts. As a full-time Artist, she travels throughout Florida and South Carolina exhibiting at Gallery and Fine Art events. Introduced to painting as a child to help overcome dyslexia and a speech impediment. Art became a natural language for her to express her hopes, dreams and emotions. She was accepted to Fiorello H. LaGuardia School of the Arts in New York City at the age of thirteen, which instilled a deep passion to pursue being a visual Artist. In 1995 Crystal relocated to Central Florida as a Multi Disciplined Artist and enjoys creating artwork using Acrylic, Resin and metallic elements. In 2014 a new style of creating inspired her to explore Fluid abstract pour painting. The purpose of the abstracts is to reignite the senses and subconscious through vivid colors and movement. This exploration began a journey that would later expand into her current Fractioned Reality Series. This series elevates the abstract by incorporating realism delicately into each abstract work. Bridging together the two styles of abstract and realism to tell a story and bring a personal journey with her work. Each painting is Interlaced with metal powder, pigment and alloys that are layered and torched within the resin in various ways. When lighted with accent lighting the paintings seem to come alive, immersing viewers into a new unique visual narrative. Where art and emotion coexist freely.
Masami Koshikawa, also known as Butterfly Woman, is a multimedia performance artist, who received her MFA from UCF in 2015. Her thesis, “Way of the Butterfly: The Journey of Being in Between” tells about her transformation as an artist and Japanese woman who immigrated to the West. With a team of Collaborators, she has created and executed various performances that include live music, dance, and video installation. Exhibitions include MFA Thesis Show at UCF Art Gallery, Snap! Orlando, Art In Odd Places in Orlando & NY, Creative City Project, 1st Thursday at OMA, CityArts at Miami Aqua during Miami Basel, Orlando Repertory Theatre, Fusion Fest, etc.
Albert is a visionary artist who lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland. Although classically trained, his paintings are imbued with the naive, raw simplicity, and energy that one would associate with outsider art. As a student, Albert studied with Grace Hartigan. This association with Grace Hartigan has created a lasting influence on his work. Born in Wisconsin in 1967, Albert now lives in Baltimore, Maryland. He received his BFA degree in painting from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in 1990. He received an MFA in painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art. He studied under Grace Hartigan at the Hoffberger School of Painting, graduating in 1995. Albert exhibits frequently in New York, Baltimore, and Washington, DC and Europe. His work is in many private and permanent collections.
Kelly Canova graduated from the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale with a degree in Graphic Design and studied fashion design at Bauder Fashion Design College in Miami. She worked as a hand-lettering artist for Rite Aid Corporation and AAA National as a graphic designer and photographer for many years. Kelly and her husband Courtney, also an artist, now have their own photography and design business in its 11th year as The Canovas Photography and K&C Studio.