ArtzyBella began with a hand-painted ornament. During the holidays, founder, Ashley Nicole would hand-paint beautiful glass ornaments and sell them at holiday event around Atlanta. Once Christmas, a friend asked her to hand-paint a mug and another friend asked her to paint a mural of any kind on her bedroom wall. Within hours of posting finished images online, over 30 orders for custom art or hand-painted drinkware flooded Ashley’s social media accounts.
Ashley saw the traction being made as an indicator that it was time to make ArtzyBella a legitimate company. At the time, Ashley was working full-time as a mental health professional, finishing a master’s in psychology, and doing personal research on growing technology world and the introduction of “art” to stem (steam).
We are reaching both the artist and the art enthusiast. We have a large variety of classes, workshops, signature events, and party options for children and adults of all ages and genders. We are on a mission to show even the most doubtful customer, the creativity that lies within them.
Our commitment to the community is the life force being our motivation to grow. ArtzyBella offers several social programs not only give back but to help push the culture forward through art including apprenticeship for young artists, art-infused stem projects for educators from K-12, and creative trade learning workshops for sex trafficking survivors.