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 wildlifeart.org website)

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BISHOP’S currently has three Bart Walter bronzes, seen below. Please make inquiries at info@bishopscuriosities.com