Chet Lowther has a solo exhibition in the Maxwell Gallery
Chet Lowther is a visual artist and musician based in Charleston, WV. Originally born in Ireland, WV, he moved to Charleston in 2001 and has lived here ever since.
After receiving his degree in Art Education from Fairmont University, he taught (and continues to teach) art lessons for years. About ten years ago, however, he began to focus on creating his own pieces and opened up his studio and gallery on Hale Street in downtown Charleston.
Working with acrylic, oils, and encaustic mediums (painting using melted beeswax), Chet has created a gorgeous collection of colorful landscapes and other works, showing West Virginia in full, vibrant color.
West Virginia Exhibit and the Hatfield and McCoys will display simultaneously in the Great Hall from May 15 through the end of June of 2019
The West Virginia exhibit opens on May 15 for viewing in the Great Hall Gallery. The Reception will be announced at a later date. This exhibit is a celebration of WV, featuring WV inspired artwork. In addition, The Hatfields & McCoys, WVDCH will be on display at The Arts Center. American Blood Feud. Developed by the West Virginia Humanities Council and illustrated by West Virginia University graphic design students with financial support from ZMM Architects and Engineers, this traveling exhibit relates the history of the events that have become synonymous with the word feud.