Join us October 26th, 5pm-8pm at Bella Vita for our 6th Annual Show of Support benefitting Regional One Health Foundation. This year’s artists are focusing on our favorite subject of all: Memphis! Join us to celebrate the city of blues with locally inspired artwork, celebratory sips and delectable bites! While we’re always respected the work of Regional One Health, it gained a deeper meaning in 2011 when our owner’s mother was airlifted there after a life-threatening accident. Since her recovery, we’ve made it our mission to give back each year in support of their miraculous efforts.

Shop 60-70 pieces of brand new artwork, with all proceeds benefitting Regional One Health Foundation. Additionally, each $10 donation enters you to win 1 of 6 paintings raffled off.
New this year: Showcase your 901 pride by purchasing the exclusive event tshirt designed by Whitney Winkler. Proceeds from this shirt allow us to provide meals over the next 12 months to families who have loved ones in the trauma unit at Regional One Health.

Featured Artists

Sarah Robertson 


Appearing in many Southern galleries and private collections, Sarah's work depicts soft, serene landscapes and religious themes. Each is conceptual, allowing the subject to evolve as Sarah works on the canvas. She lives with her family in Germantown.


Emily Ozier (EMYO)


Emily's expressive style is evoked by layering colors of paint to create a dimensional effect on the canvas. The daughter of a Cuban-American, Emily's bold strokes find their origins in her Spanish roots. Her work is found in many private collections, and she and her family live in East Memphis.


Vicki Denaburg


A Birmingham, Alabama artist, Vicki focuses on large abstracts and contemporary landscapes. She experiments with different mediums and layered effects to create pieces that elevate her work to a new level. Her work has been represented in several major motion pictures and TV films, among other places.


Ashley Anthony


Ashley's fresh and whimsical work creates a story with texture and layered colors. Her smaller wood-block art often features hand-stamped words, a nod to Scripture and an overall uplifting spirit. She paints from her germantown home, where she lives with her family.

Kristi Hall


Inspired by the sweet simplicity of life in the southern city near Asheville, MN where she grew up, Kristi Hall's organic style effortlessly captures elements of natures and stunning abstracts. Characterized by casual elegance and captivating color palettes, her work tells individual stories of home, love, and God's grace.

New Artist Whitney Winkler


If you're looking for watercolor magic, you need to meet Whitney. A heartland girl loving her new life in the 901, her home portraits, abstracts, and florals have fast made her a known name in the Memphis art scene. Inspired by the beauty of authentic community, nature, and her sweet family, her watercolor creations express what we all hold most dear in our hearts.

View more info on our events page and RSVP on the Facebook event. See you next week!

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