J. Clayton Bright, Capturing form through oil and clay

American Art Collector Magazine

October 2012

“J. Clayton Bright remembers the exact moment his creative energies took over and his career focus switched from working as a stockbroker to becoming a full-time artist.

‘1976’ says Bright. ‘I inherited from my mother a bronze bowl by Rosa Bonheur and I was fascinated with that sculpture. One day, I saw a cow in a field and it for some reason reminded me of that bowl and I instinctively knew that I had to do a sculpture of it, even though I had never done one before.'”…

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