Over a decade after they first began to dabble in creative, hand-made jewelry, Avril and Cindy continue to craft each piece of jewelry with love and care in their historic loft studio in Atlanta, Georgia. Avindy was founded by a uniquely creative mother-daughter team, Avril and Cindy, who’ve combined their passion for found objects with a special history and design. Together, they create beautiful, hand-made jewelry that is inspired by a love for travel and a reverence for fine craftsmanship. Each piece of Avindy jewelry incorporates a blend of antiqued metals, gemstones, rare beads, beautifully intricate chains, and hand-carved pieces.



Based out of Birmingham, Alabama, Eddie Powell is an award winning artist that we are proud to showcase here at The TreeHouse! His work has been featured in a range of local venues, including Good Morning Alabama and Birmingham Magazine. An active member of the Birmingham art community, Eddie participates regularly in charitable events focused on art. His own style is characterized by heavy textured original paintings with vibrant colors that pair with current decor. He believes that his artistic success is a result of his “happy” interpretation of the world around him.



Elizabeth Newton, the founder of enewton design, started on her journey of artistic creation after years of working in the corporate and commercial design field. After becoming the proud mother of triplet girls and a beautiful son, she found that her priorities changed drastically. enewton design came from that desire to create something that held meaning not only for herself, but for others as well. Today, Elizabeth creates classic, current, and timeless jewelry pieces, including necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. Her goal is to make enewton design everyone’s go-to for that “special gift” for the women in their lives. Here at The TreeHouse, we think that she’s well on her way to achieving that dream!



Handcrafted, unique and timeless. Established in 1997, these ideals have guided the Genie Soul line of jewelry by Tara Carignan. The name “Genie Soul” was derived from the Walker Percy novel, “The Moviegoer”, a favorite of Tara’s. Percy uses the term to describe the sensations he experienced from the sights, sounds and smells of Chicago and New Orleans. We love that it reminds us to pay attention to all that is around us everyday, and especially when travelling. Tara started making jewelry as an artistic outlet while battling a baffling illness that completely changed her life. She was forced to let go of the luxuries provided by a corporate job and embrace simpler, healthier life choices. One of which was giving back to the community. While doing volunteer work with HIV positive men and women she met Lou and Sally, two beautiful and uplifting souls that put her work in their art shows. Thus began this journey. As the business grew Tara studied for three years with a master jeweler in Atlanta to hone her skills. Inspiration for the line comes from music, literature, art and especially travel. That particular passion, along with scuba diving, gives Tara the mental space to create fresh and authentic designs instead of simply mimicking mainstream fashion. Trips to Vietnam, Cambodia and Africa have been life changing. The lifestyles, nature, smells, and scenic images of each place – the journey – is what inspires… that is the “genie-soul”. Our gift to you is the passion and detail that goes into each piece of jewelry. Artisan jewelry sadly seems to be a dying art and is so special to us because of the meticulous, handcrafted nature of each and every piece. Having sold mainly through boutiques and juried shows, we have now decided to branch out and spread our inspiration by launching an online presence. Tara’s work has been featured on television and in various magazines including Jezebel and Real Simple. She lives in Atlanta with her husband Robert and their Jack Russell Terriers: Kozmo, Zoe and Nomar.



Motivated by passion and pride, Geraldina Jewelry offers a stunning selection of handmade jewelry that’s perfect for everyday wear. Using naturally occurring rare and semi-precious gem stones, distressed leather, vintage coins, and more, we proudly create simple and elegant necklaces that exude chic elegance. Our designer, Geraldina Semel, takes her inspiration from a variety of materials, and is driven by the passion to enhance the inner beauty of every woman who wears her jewelry.



Ginger Leigh, a New Orleans native, is a reproduced artists with international sales. She also sells many of her originals in shops across the United States, including The TreeHouse! Ginger works out of her studio and retail nook in Grayton Beach, Florida, which is located along the gorgeous Gulf Coast. A self-taught artist, Ginger actually holds a degree in Kinesiology from The University of Colorado. Because she grew up under the care of an artist mother, she felt that the creative path was in her blood. And if her mom taught her how to share and market her art skills, she’s proud to attribute her love of woodcrafting to her father. Even today, Ginger’s dad measures, drills, cuts, and sands every piece that goes out of her shop. More than anything, Ginger loves sharing her gift for artistry with everyone who might stumble across her work. Stop by The TreeHouse, and it might just be you!



Ever since she was a young girl, Laurie Bishop Bogue has been in love with the beauty and intrigue of abstract art. A few years ago, she decided to do what she’d always dreamed of: leave her corporate job and pick up her palette knife and begin her journey as a local Atlanta artist. Laurie’s technique is characterized by a refreshing unique feel, which is delivered through strong, beautiful colors and textures. And although she’s adopted Georgia as her home state, her Florida roots shine through in many of her relaxing paintings, which frequently feature soothing water scenes. While Laurie is primarily a self-taught artists, she’s also had the opportunity to study with other local artists, including Melissa Payne Baker and Micah Ganske. Aside from The TreeHouse, you can find Laurie’s work on display in a number of locales, including the Ann Jacob Gallery in Highlands, North Carolina.



A self-taught artist, Mary Margaret Binkley has created her own unique style by fusing acrylic and gel mediums. The inspiration behind her breathtaking art is her late father, Robert Thomas McClendon, who taught her the importance of valuing the creativity of others as well as her own. In memory of him, each piece of art she creates carries his name in her signature “M/THOM.” Mary Margaret’s work is shown locally in both public and private collections; at The TreeHouse in Smyrna, Georgia, we’re proud to showcase her art!



Gray Market Jewelry by erin morton was established out of a love for two amazing women – one my Mother, an artist and two-time cancer survivor — and a beloved and brilliant breast surgeon, friend, and inspiration to many, who died from pancreatic cancer in 2015. Because of them and all the others who fight their own battles, Gray Market exists. Gray Market’s passion and original designs allow for 10% to be given to rotating charities that fund research for non profits including Pancreatic cancer, Childhood cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and Ovarian Cancer — in short, the sorts of places trying to make the world a better place. ” Live. Wear. Inspire.



I’ve always had a love for art. I’ve been told I get my artistic ability from my Grandma on my Dad’s side of the family, and for that I’m eternally grateful. I’ve also been told I see the world through rose colored glasses. At the time, I think it was meant as an insult but I take it as a pretty big compliment. Who wouldn’t want to be known as optimistic and cheerful? In fact, I think my positivity shows in my work and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I dabbled in numerous mediums through my teen years and found a love for batik and charcoal portraits towards the end of my high school experience but it wasn’t until the moment I picked up a paintbrush and acrylics that I truly found my happy place in the art world. I have no formal training with painting (unless you count high school art classes). I simply learn from trial and error. I enjoy the newness of techniques not yet tried and mediums yet to be used. I’m continuously evolving and always searching for my voice as an artist.



Cindy’s love for jewelry was inspired by her Great Aunt Estelle, who was a buyer for Rich’s Department Store, and her mother, a runway model. They would allow her to play dress-up with the accessories, and Cindy grew to love the feeling of dressing up with the beautiful gems. Years later, she wandered into a jewelry store to get a necklace fixed; little did she know this would rekindle her love for accessories. She started by making bracelets and selling them at ALTA tennis matches. As word spread quickly, Bsquared designs blossomed into creating intricate necklaces, and of course, her celebrated “wrap bracelets”.