John Lewton

 

  • Suti Markkor

    Bronze
    11 T” x 7 W” x 7 D”

    $1,500

  • New King

    # 8 of 18 , last one left, edition sold out

    Bronze
    Life-size Bighorn – Shoulder Mount
    Largest Ram Ever Killed in U.S.
    32″ T x 23″ W x 14″ D

    $7,800

  • On The Run

    Bronze
    Eastern Tur
    16 T” x 13 W x 8 D”

    $3,450

  • World Record Bighorn Ram

    Bronze
    World Record Bighorn
    7 T” x 8 W ” x 6 D”

    $2,900

  • ’44 Mag

    Bronze
    World Record Bighorn
    18 T” x 12 W ” x 6 D”

    $2,900

  • At Ease

    Bronze
    Siberian Ibex
    9 T” x 7 W x 7 D”

    $1,500

  • Dreamtail

    Bronze
    Whitetail
    12.5 T” x 13 W ” x 7 D”

    $2,900

  • Out on a Limb

    Bronze
    Bezor Ibex
    23 T” x 11 W ” x 8 D”

    $2,950

  • Spooked

    Bronze Mountain Goat 13″ T x 5″ W x 4″ D

    $1,500

Artist’s Bio

John Lewton was born and raised in California. The great nephew to Roy E. King a well-known sculptor. John spent some time residing in Alaska in his younger years and then settled in Montana and has resided there now for over 20 years. John has traveled extensively all over the world from Russia, Africa, Asia to name a few places. His love of wildlife really has helped with his sculpting of the wildlife he presents. He for many years was a fulltime taxidermist so his attention to detail on the animal’s anatomy is extraordinary. John has been sculpting now for about 22 years. His extensive travel has also taken him to so many places to see the rarest of animals. This is where he gets his inspiration for the sculptures he creates. John has only entered one competition back in 1995 for the Wild Sheep foundation, where he won Artist of the year. John now resides in Belgrade Montana with his longtime girlfriend and her two teenage sons where he is sculpting fulltime and hunting when he gets the opportunity.

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