American Art Collector Magazine
“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.'”…