The artist standing in the mid turret of the Mynarski Commemorative Lancaster bomber flying over Hamilton, Ontario on July 23, 2006.

Artist, Christopher Walker originates from Montreal, Quebec he has been a celebrated Canadian fine artist for over 35 years. His work can be found in many government, corporate and private collections internationally. He was formally educated in the arts at the Ontario College of Art and Design University located in Toronto.

His artwork has been exhibited in some of Canada's most prestigious art galleries including The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, The Royal British Columbia Museum, The Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, The Vancouver Maritime Museum, The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Yelloknife, N.T. as well as the Minnesota Marine Art Museum

the Canadian Consulate General, Seattle, WA, and the National Science Foundation, Virginia, USA.

 His work is proudly displayed at various Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans and Environment Canada offices and boardrooms across Canada and is also included in the Royal Collection, UK. He was awarded the Canadian Coast Guard's Commissioner's Commendation Pendant as well the the U.S. Arctic Service Medal in 1994. In 2016, Walker was elected a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society. 

He has been featured in the documentary, "By Icebreaker to the North Pole" which was aired on the Arts and Entertainment Network as well as The Discovery Channel. There have been numerous magazine articles over the 35 years of his full-time career as a Canadian fine artist including Magazin' Art and Arabella magazines.

He is passionate about the environment and wildlife and is an avid horseman. He continues to paint his progressive, perceptual realist style on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Listen to Christopher's father, George Walker