Walter Matia was educated at Williams College in Massachusetts, and earned degrees in Biology and Art Design. He worked in the exhibits department of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and served as the Vice President of The Nature Conservancy for Land Management.
Walter is a Fellow of the National Sculpture Society, a Master Signature Member of the Society of Animal Artists, Master Wildlife Artist at Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum and a Gilcrease Museum Rendezvous Artist.
He resides in Dickerson, Maryland with his wife, two children and two dogs.
Pointer & Setter
Talk of the Town
No Country For Old Frogs
Grin & Bear It
Dreaming of Bluestem
Trouble Ahead, Trouble Behind
Sweet Talkin Guy
Life is a Beach and Then You Fly