The Women of A&L Studios - Part III: Teresa Roche

Continuing our series on the three talented artists that spend their days painting in our A&L Studios, we introduce (or re-introduce) Gallery owner and artist, Teresa Roche. We have already covered local talent, Kiah Bellows and the newest addition, Dorothy Shain. You can look back at our blog history to catch more on them. 

 Roche in the A&L Gallery kitchen featuring her wallpaper, "Sully's Bouquet" - Photo by  Luke Cleland

Roche in the A&L Gallery kitchen featuring her wallpaper, "Sully's Bouquet" - Photo by Luke Cleland

Teresa Roche is the woman behind Art & Light Gallery and has truly helped to shape the Greenville art community with her support of local artists and dreaming big. In addition to creating a beautiful gallery space here in the Village of West Greenville, Roche makes her own incredible paintings on paper and panel and with an intense love for pattern design and textiles, Roche has been working toward transforming her works of art into wallpaper and textiles. If you are looking to make a statement with unique patterns and gorgeous color, pop into the gallery or head to Roche's website to see what is available. 

 "Macarena" wallpaper. Designed and styled by  Amanda Louise Interiors . Photo by  Luke Cleland .

"Macarena" wallpaper. Designed and styled by Amanda Louise Interiors. Photo by Luke Cleland.

This year has also been an exciting year for Roche as she has expanded her gallery representation to our friends at Miller Gallery, in Charleston, SC. Charleston is an exciting art market and both Roche and Bellows will celebrate a joint exhibition this November. Before that, Roche will have pieces available through Miller Gallery at the Affordable Art Fair in New York City, September 27th - 30th! 

It is always exciting to see talent grow and evolve. If you are interested in keeping up with Teresa and her latest endeavors, let us know. We will add you to her "First Look" list and keep you posted on new works of art and happenings.