Clark Bronson

1939 -
Origin: United States
Born: March 10, 1939, Kamas, Utah

As a child, Clark Bronson joined his father on his field trips as a game warden. For days, they would silently track animals and birds, being careful not to disturb the natural environment. By the age of nine, Bronson began sketching his impressions of the western animals. In high school, he took all the offered art classes and won a "Draw Me" contest sponsored by Art Illustration. Bronson was awarded free admittance to one of Art Illustration's art classes. He continued to enroll in their courses, winning awards and eventually illustrating wildlife for their instruction book. After briefly studying at Utah University, he dropped out and accepted an illustration position at the Utah Fish and Game Department. At this time, he picked up watercolors, abandoning his formal training in oils and began freelance work illustrating for many publications, including Sports Afield and National Wildlife.

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1974, Bronze
Clark Bronson
United States, 1939 -