In an area known for outstanding artists, Norman Lowell, whose studio is off in the wilderness north of town (near Anchor Point) several miles, is one of the best known and least visited because of his remote location. His work is exhibited in a very different gallery setting and it is presented in a personal way by the artist. Through his hanging arrangement, lighting, and sequencing of the work with thoughts on each painting, the viewer is drawn into the artist's work and is able to perceive the expressions of the artist.

The paintings are one man's view of Alaska and of his impressions of this 'Great land', and of his philosophical imagery expressed in many of his works.

Getting There

MP 160.9 Sterling Hwy
Anchor Point, AK
Driving Directions

Norman Lowell Art Studio