Client Installations

Here at Art & Light Gallery, we want to help you find just the right art for your space. Whether you are looking to add the perfect original art to your home, update your existing collection with new additions or are interested in a corporate office refresh, we are here to help you on your way. Enjoy a few of our client installations below.

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A Mountaintop Retreat

Playing off of previously owned works in our client's collection, we were able to place the works of many A&L artists throughout this stunning hilltop home.

Building an art collection is personal and we truly enjoyed collaborating with the collectors to find the perfect additions to their space.






Playing off of other works in this grand living room, this Taylor Adams piece was the perfect scale and compliment.

To add texture and color to this hallway, we called upon local artist, Glory Day Loflin, and her wooden wall sculptures.

This Alicia Armstrong painting hangs above the eldest daughter's bed bringing subtle pops of color to the neutral space.

A grouping of Jennifer Bedenbaugh small works make for a special exit from the home office.


Spicing up the most beloved room in your home.

The kitchen is the heart of many homes and for our Spartanburg clients, adding thoughtful pieces to the space was key. 

We played off of a family heirloom as well as the client's personal style and pieces that she was drawn to and came up with this special vignette. Mixing in three-dimensional pieces with the two-dimensional pieces adds an unexpected and exciting pop!



Works shown by Jennifer Bedenbaugh, Soojin Choi, and Katie Walker.


A Sleek Condo in the City

Our collectors were interested in adding a few key pieces to their impeccably designed second home here in Greenville, SC when they came to us. 

Keeping in mind their overall design by the talented ladies of In Site Designs, we pulled together sophisticated works and framing that complimented the space perfectly.

Considering the gorgeous textile and wall colors, this bedroom is highlighted with a paper work by Teresa Roche. We pulled in subtle metallics with our frame choice and also chose museum glass to keep this painting safe in high light.

Why wouldn't you include a special piece inside of the water closet? Hanging here is a double matted Eileen Blyth to add a bit of sophisticated color.

Adding a softness to the open living space is this Taylor Adams mixed media on panel. Our clients wanted something that could hold its own with the other art in the space without competing.