Featured Lighting Project from Los Angeles

There’s a beautiful exhibit in the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles this month, and we are proud that our display lights are showing off the photography! The exhibit is called Golden States of Grace: Prayers of the Disinherited, and it presents photographer Rick Nahmias’ exploration of faith communities in California that are outside mainstream American society. If you live in LA, be sure to check out the exhibit, which will last until November 13.

Photos from the event are below, depicting our MR16 Halogen Flexible Display Lights in action. 


We also received a very nice note from the Director of Programs at the church, who wanted to write in and thank Ila in our customer service department for working with him:

We were under the gun to get some lights for an art exhibit that I recently mounted. Ila was so helpful every step of the way and, when I was getting stressed out that our credit application wouldn’t be processed in time to get the lights, she made phone calls on our behalf and helped expedite the process.  She gave terrific customer service, and I wanted you to know how much I appreciated her attention, as well as the fact that it was obvious that Ila genuinely cared about our project.  She’s terrific and I wanted you to know you’re lucky to have her. We’re very pleased with the products we purchased. I am attaching a few photos of our show (which is installed in our Gothic Chapel) so you can see how well our lighting turned out.

– Curtis R., Director of Programs, First Congregational Church of Los Angles

Thanks to the First Congregational Church of LA for sharing these photos with us!

Emily Widle

Emily graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with a degree in journalism. She enjoys scouring the news to report on the latest in the lighting industry as well as bringing valuable remodeling tips and exemplar home projects to light.

One thought to “Featured Lighting Project from Los Angeles”

  1. Hi, I was wondering where you purchased or rented those gallery walls? I am doing an art exhibit and would love to mimic this idea.

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