Official State of Alaska Vacation and Travel Information
Add To My Alaska Trip
If you would like to compare where services are located, you can Add to My Alaska to compile a list and see all the points on the same map.
The Norman Lowell Gallery of Alaska sits on the homestead property of the Norman Lowell family in Anchor Point, Alaska. The 10,000 square-foot gallery was designed by artist Norman Lowell to house a collection of nearly 500 of his works, spanning nearly 60 years. It also holds dozens of historical Alaskan artifacts.
Norman Lowell and his family homesteaded this property in 1958, and Mr. Lowell went on to build one of the most prolific and recognized Alaskan painting careers.
Mr. Lowell was declared legally blind in 2013, but continued painting until 2017.
The gallery and properties are now operated as a non-profit foundation. Visitors are welcome to walk the property and view the original homestead cabin and gardens.
There is no admission charge to the gallery.
PO Box 1189
70117 Norman Lowell Rd
Take your itinerary with you using our My Alaska Trip feature and the TravelAlaska app.