Albert Walker often had his eye to the sky when creating Art, whether it was to capture the almost invisible wing beat of a hummingbird or the sheer power and boldness of a B-52 Bomber.
Walker painted anything that flew–owls, red birds, and mallard ducks and every airplane that soared into the wild blue yonder from the P40 War Hawk to the B-1B Bomber. He painted with detail, accuracy and the heart of a former Air Force pilot. That is what made Walker’s art so special to those who saw it on the wall behind a friend’s desk, for sale at the Red River Revel Arts Festival, or documenting history at the Global Power Museum at Barksdale Air Force Base.
Albert Walker’s art will be celebrated at a retrospective opening at the Central Artstation at 801 Crockett St., at the corner of Common and Crockett in downtown Shreveport on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 beginning at 5:00 p.m. There will also be a BIG WEEKEND SALE of Albert Walker work Wednesday, March 1 through Saturday March 4.