Last updated: 5/5/2013
Irvine, California
42 Corporate Park #250
Irvine, CA 92606
Vendor Type(s)
Wayne Lin, Director Of marketing
phone: 714-781-9992

For more than 50 years, Conoco Picture Lights has designed and manufactured distinctive lighting for your Art. We are probably the only picture light company offerring 100% satisfaction and 100% refund guarantee. We live on our reputation. Our products are hand-crafted, featuring outstanding quality and value. They are found in the finest homes and upscale hospitality environments where discerning taste prevails. We design all of our products; this allows the best flexibility in all our product areas. Our style includes strong traditional, vintage, reproduction and contemporary lighting.

Conoco Picture lights has responded towards the expanding demand for higher top quality picture lighting with all the same interest to detail that was evident in the course of the early twentieth century. In addition, we provide a full selection of finishes and color selections to satisfy even the most sophisticated artwork. Perhaps that explains the enormous development that we've enjoyed over the last few years. We would prefer to thank all of our customers for their continuing support.

Conoco offers sophisticated craftsmanship and engineering. Every Conoco Picture Lamp is a lifetime collection. We offer fine picture lighting across the country and internationally

A Picture Light Designed and Carefully Hand-Crafted by Artists

One of a Kind Art cannot shine in the dark. Conoco Picture Lights was founded with Art in mind. Developed and meticulously crafted by artists, each Conoco Picture Light is engineered and integrated with the latest Conoco Picture-Perfect? LED lighting technology. This LED engineering by Conoco brings art to life while protecting the artwork. One must see a Conoco Picture lamp in person to completely appreciate the workmanship and elegance it delivers.

Picture Lights Innovated Form Artists

Every Conoco Picture Light is carefully crafted by artists; a piece of art in itself. Using quality materials built to last a lifetime, each picture light goes through several days of burning, priming, painting. Each light is handcrafted to art perfection. For the first time, not only can you have a masterpiece on your wall, but a picture light that blends in with the art itself. Our Classic Series Picture Lights is currently available in Antique Brass, Mahogany, or Oak Forest finish.

An innovative electronic art dimmer is available to allow simple adjustments for any lighting requirements. This allows you to illuminate any picture or artwork with elegance and style to adjust to the image itself and the surrounding environment.

Conoco Picture-Perfect? LED lighting technology

Conoco Picture-Perfect? LED lighting technology does not produce any harmful Ultra-Violet light. Protecting your artwork from the excessive heat produced by traditional lighting is crucial. LED light bulbs do not produce excessive amounts of heat and use 80% less energy than typical lighting. Here at Conoco, we think green, protecting the environment by producing a product that consumes significantly less energy, and manufacturing all of our products to be free of mercury or harmful elements. This new lighting technology illuminates any painting or piece of art with a natural sunlight color at a temperature of about 3500K. LED lighting lasts over 50,000 hours of use and may not need a replacement for at least 25 years with average use of 5-6 hours a day. You can feel assured that your artwork is safe using our LED technology.

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Oakland Park, Florida

We are a design and fabrication shop that encourages play in museums, organizations and brands so they may spread the roots of their mission. Play is a powerful tool because it tests assumptions, makes connections and establishes a positive emotional memory to concepts. Incorporating play (interactives) in your project can actually boost diversity, loyalty and engagement which will ultimately strengthen your mission.

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