MIDLAND TRAIL GALLERY
A forensic scientist and his family create incredible art in Fayette County, West Virginia
A native of Ohio, David Weaver became a respected forensic scientist and worked in crime labs in both Texas and Alaska. He investigated cases, did latent fingerprint examination and forensic art, both composite drawings and 3D facial reconstruction on skulls. In 1993 David left the crime scene for the art scene. He and his wife Cherese moved their family to the rural mountains of West Virginia. They then opened The Midland Trail Gallery in a beautiful setting to live their dream and devote their life to art. David is a versatile award winning realist artist whose still life, landscape, wildlife and portraits now grace many prestigious collections. He can also be commissioned for custom heirloom portraits. Cherese is a talented sculptor specializing in face masks and ancient clay techniques. You can see the couple's work at the Midland Trail Gallery located at the intersection of Rt. 60 and Rt. 41 in Fayette County.
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Person Interviewed: David and Cherese Weaver
Location: Fayette County, West Virginia
Address: P.O. Box 179, Lookout, WV 25868
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