Bart Walter

(1958-        )

BART WALTER began working in clay in the 1980s. After three decades, his work now resides in notable public and private collections worldwide: from Ugandan Wildlife Authority Headquarters in Kampala, to the collection of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, to the National Zoo in Washington D.C. His recent accomplishments include the installation of a 15 ½ ft. tall bucking bronco and rider, Battle of Wills, at the Jackson Hole Airport, a larger-than-life rearing Mustang, The Guardian, at Stevenson University in Maryland, as well as the acquisition of a life-size sculpture group of chimpanzees entitled The Troupe by The Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga, Tennessee. (excerpted from the website)


BISHOP’S has one Bart Walter bronze, remaining in inventory. Please make inquiries at