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Clark Bronson

 (born 1939)
Clark Everice Bronson is active/lives in Utah.  Clark Bronson is known for wildlife, sculptor, illustrator.

Clark Bronson

The son of a Utah game warden, Clark Bronson showed early talent for illustration. He studied at the University of Utah but felt frustrated because he was not learning about his true interest, which was wildlife art. He apprenticed for three years with Arnold Friberg and then was hired by the Utah Game and Fish Commission to do illustrations. He was especially noted for his watercolors.

Later he began sculpting, and working in bronze also gained a reputation for that medium, especially for bird subjects.

Source: "Contemporary Western Artists" by Peggy and Harold Samuels

The following is from John S. Flannery:

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About  Clark Bronson

Born:  1939 - Kamas, Utah
Known for:  wildlife, sculptor, illustrator