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The Wildlife Art of

Christopher B. Walden

Annual Reunion Exhibit in memory of Gordon and Betty Hughes

Internationally recognized and appreciated wildlife artist Christopher Walden will be exhibiting his works at the Middletown Arts Center! His exhibit will bring lots of engaging activities and opportunities to those interested in his works and processes. Join us!

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The Wildlife Art of

Christopher B. Walden

September 8 - October 19

Opening Reception September 8, 6-8pm

Join us! Entry is free and open to the public. Enjoy live music, a wildlife encounter with a Hueston Woods naturalist, complimentary light bites and drinks!

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Port Middletown Arts and Music Festival

September 9, 12-4pm

See Chris at work while he draws from a live animal model, Lava, a wolfdog ambassador from Red Riding Hood Rescue Project! $5 raffle tickets will enter you for a chance to win Walden's sketch of Lava! Raffle drawing will be held at the end of the exhibit. All proceeds will benefit charity.


Draw with Walden

Saturday, September 23


All-day immersive workshop will feature live animal model, food and beverages, and individual instruction from prolific wildlife artist Christopher Walden.

Register today - spaces are limited!



Many of the exhibited works are for sale. 25% of proceeds from wolf-themed artworks and prints will go towards Red Riding Hood Rescue Project! Contact us for information on purchasing. Virtual gallery walks and shipping are available for our out of town purchasers by request. 

Walden Gallery

Free Bird

The latest series from visionary artist
Logan Walden

Exhibiting in the MAC Lobby Gallery alongside his father's exhibit,"Free Bird” is a series of expressive acrylic paintings depicting the diverse and vibrant colors of birds. Stepping away from his usual subject matter, Logan Walden aims to deliver a body of work in the realm of wildlife as an homage to his father, Chris Walden, who is a successful wildlife artist. The "Free Bird" series depicts different birds from around the world with colors that could be imagined in the realm of fantasy, sci-fi, or surrealism - all genres heavily represented in Logan's prior work. Walden's intention for the series is to be energetic and expressive using loose techniques that reveal the painting process while capturing the realistic nature of the birds.

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Works of
Christopher Walden

Chris Walden Art Heron
Chris Walden Art Bear Cubs
Chris Walden Art Parakeets
Chris Walden Art Cloud Nine
Chris Walden Art Moose
Chris Walden Art Harris Hawk
Chris Walden Art Chessie
Chris Walden Art Covey Cover
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