Charlie Walter

Charlie picked up the brushes after retiring and putting away the microscope at Sheridan Memorial Hospital in 2000. At his wife’s encouraging, Charlie began painting with and under the tutelage of locally loved painter Alice Fuller. The two quickly became fast friends.

Some would describe Charlie’s work as primitivism but he says otherwise. He paints out of his mind and achieves depth and perspective without following conventional color and contrast. Charlie uses bold and unpredictable color combinations to achieve surreal landscapes. Collectors appreciate Charlie’s work for his unique approach. Charlie moved his wife, Barbara, and family to Sheridan in July 1971 to become the first pathologist at Sheridan Memorial Hospital after completing his internship and residency at Denver General Hospital.

Charlie displays his work at Expressions Art Gallery & Framing, LLC and the SAGE Art Center in Sheridan, Wyoming.

West Of 7 Mile Bridge — Charlie Walter
West Of 7 Mile Bridge

Acrylic
$300

Trees and Cow — Charlie Walter
Trees and Cow

Acrylic
$200

View from Wolf Creek School — Charlie Walter
View from Wolf Creek School

Acrylic
$250

Wind River Range — Charlie Walter
Wind River Range

Acrylic
$250

Out Of My Head — Charlie Walter
Out Of My Head

Acrylic
$400

In Montana — Charlie Walter
In Montana

Acrylic
$300

Sage Sky — Charlie Walter
Sage Sky

Acrylic
$300