Empowering Women; Beauty, Vino, Art

Wednesday, March 15 from 6:30-8:30pm

Join us for a night of celebrating woman with learning about our new makeup line, Lime Light by Alcone; taking in the beauty of Bradley Ray Foster's 'Women Empowered Series' artwork; and playing with our new local nail polish line Aila. 

Come, relax and have a cocktail on us as you meet like minded individuals, pickup samples, participate in a complimentary service raffle and hear about all of our non toxic products! 

Bring a friend and you get 5% off your next visit with us. If they book, you and them get 20% off! 

We look forward to seeing all of our sisters at this beautiful event!

Jessyca Myers and Movers for Moms campaign for April WEHO Art Crawl

Please Join Us from 6-9pm this Saturday, April 2 for a vino reception celebrating.....

Jessyca Myers

Jessyca Myers is an artist from Orange County, CA and recently moved to Nashville where she has continued to pursue her passion of painting! As a child, Jessyca loved painting and sketching Disney characters and would cover her home fridge with various characters. She quickly began developing her own unique style and started painting whatever inspired her at that moment, using her Great Grandma's paint brushes that were handed down to her. There is no rhyme or reason to the designs in her collection, just a little bit of everything and always with a slight unexpected twist. Jessyca believes art should be affordable and easily accessible to anyone who is inspired by it so, along with her art pieces, she started selling art prints and greeting cards of her designs. Follow her on:

Facebook: Art by Jessyca
Instagram: @Art_By_Jessyca
Twitter: @Jessycamyersart

10% of art sales benefiting.......

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK 's Movers for Moms®charity campaign.

In 1985, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK was incorporated by a mom of two sons who worked as movers during their summer vacations. To celebrate her first year of success, Mary Ellen Sheets donated all of her profits to local non-profit organizations that supported moms in need in her community. Now, every year for Mother’s Day, we continue Mary Ellen’s philanthropic mission by collecting necessity donations for the moms at Safe Haven Family Shelter. Help us reach our goal of collecting 2,000 necessity items this year by bringing a donation of baby products or toiletries to Atelier Upton during the April Wedgewood-Houston Art Crawl!


Arts & Music at Wedgewood/Houston


Boss Contruction and H.&Clark presented by AU & The Red Arrow Gallery for Sat, Oct 3

Come join us Saturday, October 3 from 6-9pm for a Vino Reception to celebrate the work of......


Andrew Vastagh, aka BOSS CONSTRUCTION, is a one man design, illustration & screen print show, based in Nashville, Tennessee. Andrew designs and prints all his posters by hand. As a graduate of the design program at The University of Memphis, Andrew wanted to avoid a corporate cubicle and focused instead on the freedom gig posters and freelance projects offered. He has worked on everything from T-shirt designs for Death Cab For Cutie to the identity and branding of The Warped Tour 2010 and projects with Wonka candy and KIA Motors. He is also the President of The American Poster Institute and has been an active board member for the last 10 years.


We believe in family. In tradition. And in carrying on those things that have been passed down from generation to generation, in this case, 6 generations. Every H. & Clark bag is designed by us and handcrafted by Auburn Leather, in Auburn, Kentucky, in the very same building it’s been for over 150 years. 6 generations of Howlett's, Andrew's mothers family, (hence the "H" in H. & Clark), have owned and operated Auburn Leather since 1863. Auburn follows the same tanning and fabrication practices they have used for decades, continuing timeless quality. H. & Clark strives to showcase Auburn Leather's remarkable history and continue this timeless quality with every bag we create.