Lowell Gilbertson

Lowell Gilbertson earned a BA from the George Washington University in 1980 and an MA from the American University in 1983 where he studied under Robert D’Arista for three years. He has been an active painter and printmaker (monotypes) all his life and has sold work to Sumner Redstone, Gaillard Ravenel (Curator of Design, National Gallery of Art), David Bull, chief conservator for the National Gallery of Art, and Gordon Anson, Assistant Curator of Design for the National Gallery of Art, among others. His latest works, World Without Men, reinterprets familiar Biblical stories with an all-female cast.