Our West Virginia Wednesday series continues with House in the Clouds: The Artistic Life of Robert Singleton by WV filmmakers Douglas John Imbrogno and Bobby Lee Messer!

The West Virginia International Film Festival presents this AmpMediaProject documentary tracing the life and times, not all of them easy ones, of notable American artist Robert Singleton, now 85, who has lived and worked on a remote West Virginia hilltop since 1978 in a house he built.

The soundtrack features a host of West Virginia-based musicians, including Spencer Elliott; dulcimer explorer Jim Probst; classical pianist Barbara Nissman (recently inducted into the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame); National Flatpick Champion Robin Kessinger and others.

FOR MORE ON ROBERT’S engrossing life and work, free-subscribe to the documentary website at https://houseintheclouds.movie