Local Artists

2009 Trunk Show

Handmade, original, one-of-a-kind...that's Bella Vita.

Sarah Robertson

Sarah Robertson Art

Sarah Robertson's work appears in galleries and private collections throughout the south. She primarily focuses on landscapes whether traditional or abstract, but also explores various religious themes. Her medium of choice is acrylic on canvas. Sarah works conceptually, drawing from her life experiences, allowing the subject of each painting to evolve as she works on the canvas. Sarah Robertson has a degree in design, previously working in residential, commercial and film. She lives in Germantown, Tennessee with her husband and three sons. View Sarah's artist profile

The Good Earth Pottery

Good Earth Pottery

Richie Watts began his creative experiment in the spring of 2000 to produce the unique dinnerware known as The Good Earth Pottery. Success came in the fall of that same year with the beautiful Mockingbird pattern. Carlos Caballero then joined as a partner to add his creative talents. Since their acquisition of an Americas Mart showroom in 2002, The Good Earth Pottery has expanded to become nationally renowned. The dinnerware itself is stoneware of the highest quality and is safe for use in dishwashers, ovens, microwaves (reheating only) and freezers. View Good Earth Pottery


Emily Ozier Art

Artist Emily Ozier and her husband John reside in East Memphis, Tennessee with their three children. Primarily self-taught, her artwork is characterized by the building up of canvas by layering colors of paint. The daughter of a Cuban American, Emily's expressive style and bold strokes, may find their origins in her Spanish roots. Her work can be found in private and public collections in Tennessee, Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Kentucky, Florida and Maryland. View more about Emily Ozier

Off The Wall


Jamie Key Roberts and Melissa Lewis teamed up in the fall of 2004 when Jamie needed someone she could train in the art of faux finishing. Jamie earned her degree in business and immediately began a very successful career in the faux finishing industry. Melissa received her degree in fashion merchandising and upon graduation, found herself in an unfulfilling job. The two found each other and combined their talents effortlessly. In 2006, Off The Wall launched its own line of home decor products. Using a variety of hardwoods, Jamie and Melissa's frames and products are hand painted and made in their local Memphis studio. Because their capabilities are unlimited, they offer creative, one of a kind pieces! View their work


matchstix frames

Bellamy Saia, an artist and entrepreneur, designs and crafts original home decor products. From her hand poured candles to her unique picture frames and original wood artwork, Bell's gift for creating a pleasing, quality product is endless. Her use of eye-catching color palettes in both her wood and wax designs expresses the natural feel of her art. Bell grew up in rolling hills of Mississippi, graduating from Mississippi State University with a degree in marketing. She now lives and works in the Collierville, Tennessee area with her husband and three school-aged children. View Matchstix candles or frames

Debbie Segal

debbie segal jewelry

Debbie Segal began her career over ten years ago when she came across some of her mother's vintage beads. She made a necklace for her daughter, and a passion was born. Debbie was selling to boutique stores just six weeks later! Debbie is a life long "Memphian" who creates exquisite sterling silver and gold-filled jewelry pieces that are inspired by her love of art, nature and family. Through word of mouth, people come from all over the South to acquire of Debbie's unique and versatile jewelry. View Debbie Segal's work

Heartfelt Traditions

Heartfelt pottery

Heartfelt Traditions was founded in 2004 when Kim Ries, owner and founder, was searching for a unique Christmas ornament to commemorate the years events. After taking several ceramic classes, Kim created an ornament and a passion was born. In 2006, stoneware became the most popular product in the Heartfelt Traditions lineup. A new level of creativity was introduced when her son, Johnathon, joined the team in 2007. All products are one of a kind and are handmade in Florence, Mississippi. With every new year, new products are added to the company's portfolio of unique gifts for your heartfelt traditions. View their work

Erich Emmenegger

erich emmenegger pottery

Originally from North Alabama, Erich began creating his pottery in the mid 1980's. Over the years his creations have been pictured in many national and international publications. Erich is the recipient of numerous "best in show" art awards and his work is featured in galleries and specialty boutiques around the country. Now residing in North Mississippi, Erich takes inspiration from the rich beauty of the south. His work will brighten the home and enlighten the heart! View Erich Emmenegger pottery