Making Spirits Bright - Newest Arrivals

A&L's online viewing space, where you can explore and collect our newest arrivals and 
online-only works by gallery artists and special collaborations.

Marci Erspamer

Marci returns to A&L in an online capacity with an entirely new, exciting body of work.

"Trees are my companions. When I see a tree I think about the roots growing, slithering deep into the earth, along with the branches reaching for the sky and their transformation with each season. I am very much like a tree – I think we all are.  Being a creature of habit, I’m “grounded ” by routine. Similar to the roots of a tree, routine provides the feeling of security and allows for productivity. Likewise, branches symbolize striving, desire, and creativity. So with this collection of paintings I focused on a single tree, representing the individual living out the seasons of life on its own, though connected to others and nature.  While we live in a world with others, individually we move forward, accessing our strength and courage as one."



Chris McAdoo

Chris may be new to the gallery, but he has been creating for more than 20 years. We are excited to welcome is graphic, fine art story telling to the gallery. 

Click HERE to see more from Chris and read a little about his work.


Eva Magill Oliver

With talents in both painting and collage, both styles can be found here in the gallery. 

For more from Eva, click HERE.


Olivia Perreault

Local Greenville painter, Olivia Perreault, mixes unexpected color to create enthralling impressionistic landscapes.

Click HERE to see all of Olivia's available works. 


Eileen Blyth

Located out of Columbia, SC., Eileen Blyth creates stunning abstract works both on paper and in sculpture form finding the composition as she goes.

See more of Eileen's works here.



Madeleine Peck Wagner 

Hailing from Jacksonville, FL, this career creative uses her writing background to add narrative to her well-trained talent as a true draftswoman. Her drawings mix detailed mark making with organic swaths of color.

See more of Madeleine's work here.


Maggie Shepherd

Canadian artist, Maggie Shepherd, paints the beauty in an everyday still life using thick, oil paint filled brush strokes. 

Find more of Maggie's work here



Chelle Gunderson

Floral artist, Chelle Gunderson, paints life like old china or jars filled with flowers to capture and connect stories.



Hayden Rearick

Emerging, self-taught artist, Hayden Rearick, is already gaining attention for his minimal, but exceptionally executed abstract works. With carefully chosen marks and color, each piece pulls you into a narrative of exploration. 


Carlyn Janus

Be transported with the colorful abstracted landscapes of Carlyn Janus.


Jessica Ruth Freedman

When Jessica asked how she could help the Greenville community with her art, we knew just the thing to do! With the purchase of any of Jessica's new small works (under 24"), 20% will be given to Mill Village Farms COVD-19 Relief Fund. Please click here to see what Mill Village Farms is all about.


Annalisa Fink

Painting subject matter from the coast to the hills, Annalisa's textural brushstrokes and color choice maker both her bite-sized and focal larger scale works incredibly special.

Find more of Annalisa's work here


Shellie Lewis Crisp

Working from her home studio in Folly Beach, SC, Shellie is using this time to get inspired by the ocean and Spring weather that surrounds her by painting crashing waves and bringing a bit of that Spring whimsy to her beloved figures. Shellie's layering techniques are unique and full of depth not seen in photographs. If you would like additional images, please just let us know!

Catch more of Shellie's work here


Shannon Woodford

Shannon draws inspiration from the simple beauty of everyday vignettes taking artistic liberty to stretch color her color palette and texture.

Find more of Shannon's work here. 


Amanda Cole

Taking us on a color-blocked hike, Amanda's work allows us to experience waterfalls, mountain vistas and fields in her graphic style. 

Click here to see all of Amanda's available works.


Josh Jensen

Working with fluid, intuitive marks, Josh creates beautiful, colorful abstract works. Often, his works appear to have a landscape element or other type of figure. These works are currently available through A&L and will ship directly from the artist!

Check out more of Josh's available works here.


Michelle Jardines

Originally intended to be a two-week exhibition opening last month, the River and Roots Collection by Michelle Jardines is finally here!  It is a special body of work and even though these challenging times briefly put the release on hold, it is here in perfect time. Escape into her bold landscapes by collecting today!

“I began this body of work about a year ago when I wanted to explore more the female form and its relationship with the earth. I set out to create a connection of flow and the power of roots from the earth hiding pieces of the female body within each piece. River and Roots represent the power of a woman and her body as an extension to the beauty that we see in our environment.  It’s connected, beautiful, powerful, ever flowing, peaceful with a hint of erratic motion, blended soothing earthy tones and pops of reds and pinks giving each painting an unexpected revelation of what is land and what is body."  - Michelle Jardines


Rachael Van Dyke

Rachael had her first show with us in January with it being an almost sell-out, we are forever excited to receive new works for you to enjoy! In this latest collection, Rachael is bringing us all the summertime seaside vibes.

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Nicole Renee Ryan

Fresh off the easel and available now! Nicole recently closed her first ever museum show and we are thrilled for her and her growing resume. 

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