Walt Johnson Sculptures
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 "You use a glass mirror to see your face, you use works of art to see your soul."
- George Bernard Shaw

After over twenty years as an FBI Agent, Walt turned to sculpting. His inspiration comes from his son Scott who tragically passed away several years ago at the age of nine. Walt's friend, mentor and sculptor, Blair Muhlestein, of Loveland, Colorado, is the one who got Walt started as a sculptor. Blair sculpted, for the Johnson's, a beautiful memorial piece in Scott's honor. This piece hangs in the library of Timnath Elementary School in Timnath, Colorado, just outside of Fort Collins.

Walt specializes in animal portraits. "I sculpt with Scott watching over my shoulder to make sure that what I do is the best that I can do. We both have faith in each other." Walt's wife Donna and daughter Jennifer are also always there giving him their love and support.

Walt has been invited for the second year in a row to the 17th Annual, Loveland Sculpture Invitational Art Show, Colorado. August 8, 9 and 10, 2008. Walt's subjects prior to this have been family pets.