The sculptures of Texas artist Jack Walker are reflections of his life among cowboys and horsemen. The time spent working with horses and cattle bring depth and dimension to each piece he creates and Jack is well known for his detailed and accurate western bronzes.
Jack`s life was redefined in 1999 when a friend, visiting the ranch where Jack was working, gave him a 10# block of sculpting clay. Jack quickly discovered a talent and passion for sculpting lifelike figures of cowboys, horses and cattle. His wife Fran, recognized his potential and convinced Jack to give up the physically demanding life of a cowboy and move to Scottsdale, AZ to pursue an art career.
On arriving in Scottsdale, Jack began marketing his artwork through a gallery on Main Street where he rapidly built an impressive client base and soon established himself as a respected western artist.
Jack has entered and won awards at many of the most prestigious fine art shows and has been featured in national publications, including Southwest Art, Horses In Art, The Judges Choice and Western Horseman magazines.
After showing his work successfully in Scottsdale and Sedona, Az., Jack recently relocated to Clifton, TX., where he is resident artist at the Bosque County Emporium. You can find him there, sculpting and regaling gallery guests with stories of his life as a cowboy.