I was doing some research on the web and to my pleasant surprise I discovered your Phantom Lighting System. I have never seen a picture light like this before. It is exactly the kind of lighting fixture I am looking for to highlight a very large contemporary work in my home.

Do you have any examples of installations that you have done with two or more Contour Projectors? I want to just light the art and not the wall around it. Can you send me a cut sheet on the lighting fixture that I can give to my electrician? Thanks for your help!

Shaping the light to fit the exact contour of the art is exactly what you can do with one or more Contour Projector by Phantom lighting system. Actually, lighting really large works of art is just one of the many benefits of using an optical framing projector such as the Phantom Contour Projector over other light sources. For example, you can’t really do this with MR16 accent light and keep the light off the wall. At best, you can spot the art very nicely, but you will always have some spill light or shadows cast on the wall from the light source.

The two pictures above illustrate lighting a 13′ wide painting with two Contour Projectors before the shutters were adjusted and after the shutters were adjusted. Note that the two circles of light cover the entire piece overlapping in the middle to evenly illuminate the entire canvas. The lights are mounted roughly 10′ apart and are aiming at oblique angles to the art. The results are spectacular!

To learn more about Phantom Lighting System you can visit our informative lighting blog, or our website https://phantomlighting.com/ where we have cut sheets and installation instructions in PDF format that you can forward to or print out for your electrician. Feel free to call us toll free at 800-863-1184 for a color brochure.

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