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Making Connections with Stories. Mark Flowers

Greetings collector friends – big art news is coming your way this week!  Mark Flowers is certainly not new to the art world, but he is brand new to Art & Light Gallery!  With a long teaching career under his belt and dual career as an artist,  Mark is now more committed to art making than ever before.

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Slate Skies. Kiah Bellows

Kiah Bellows, Art & Light’s newest resident artist is logging hours and hours in her Greenville, SC studio in the heart of  the Village of West Greenville at Art & Light Studios.

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Fictional Scrapbook. David Diodate

Just a couple of months ago,  A&L resident artist, Kevin Isgett introduced me to the work of David Diodate.  I quickly found him on Facebook and discovered the southern inspired works to be completely mysterious and hauntingly beautiful! Read more →

Drawing Crowds. Kent Ambler

Starting with an observation or a quick sketch, it all begins with drawing.  Kent remembers drawing as a kid and now years later he’s drawing a crowd – art festivals across the southeast, Greenville Open Studios and Art & Light Gallery. Read more →

Children Playing. Keiko Kamata

So many female artists that I know struggle with enough time to do the work they love.  Raising children and keeping up with hubby and all that goes with family life leaves little time for artwork. Read more →

Modernize Your Space with Art!

We’re super excited to have all new work by Sy Bodson and Jo Carol Mitchell-Rogers in the gallery!

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Two Artists, One Show, One Night

In just 5 days, Art & Light Gallery will host “Mixed Signals”, An Interactive Exercise in Meaning by Jo Carol Mitchell-Rogers  & “Placing One’s Self”, new paintings by Sy Bodson.

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Art & Light’s Resident, Greenville, S.C, Artists

Greetings friends & collectors!  Summer is always inspiring to me as well as to Art & Light’s cast of resident artists!  New work is flowing in as our artists get back in the swing of real life.  Lucky for us, the memories of these local guys and gals are beautifully made in to the works we love to live with. Read more →