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ArtVoiceWV: seth.

seth. moved to Thomas WV on the advice of a friend. It turned out to be an excellent suggestion because seth. discovered his inner artist. What began as doodles on slips of paper blossomed into a rewarding career as an artist who captures his audience with a combination of profound perceptions and somewhat silly characters.

But as with many artists, seth. continued to explore form and function. This led him to a form of encaustic “painting” using melted crayons. With three friends, he opened The White Room Art Gallery in Thomas, WV. Learn more about seth. here –

Music was provided by Tracey Chattaway through Visit Tracey’s website at

ArtVoiceWV is production of 78 Degrees West Films. Major support for ArtVoiceWV is provided by Dave Graves, Sally & Jerry Berman, and Jan & Harold Bright. Additional support is provided by Polly & Terre Jones, Karen & Rick Schneider, Clara Ladd Ceil & Rand Jones, Pat & Bob Marrgraf, Jan Weinberg, Arlene & Tony Verge, FAST Foundation, Star Theater, Susan & Gat Caperton, Ian Weinschel, Beth & Tim Rowland, Kate Lehman, Jane McCloud and Eryn & Brian Lampe.

Telly Has Arrived

Our Telly Award for ArtVoiceWV episode, “Holding the Vision” arrived today. It joins its other award fellows in our trophy area. 

ArtVoiceWV: Jeanne Mozier

Writer, historian and community activist Jeanne Mozier is one of the vital ingredients of Morgan County and Berkeley Springs. She and her husband Jack Soronen came to Berkeley Springs in 1977. Jeanne would become both the advocate for and champion of this small historic town. Thirty seven years later she still has the same passion for her adopted town. I have never met anyone with so much energy and determination. But what is clear is that Jeanne has a vision and she continues to pursue it everyday. You can learn more about her at

ArtVoiceWV is an original online video series that features West Virginia artists. It is produced by 78 Degrees West Films ( ArtVoiceWV is produced in cooperation with the Morgan Arts Council (

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