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Clark Kelley Price

Birth place or City of origin: Idaho Falls
State of origin: ID
Last known City: Thayne
Last known State: WY
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Clark K Price was born in Idaho Falls, ID. As a child he loved to draw and even his earliest artistic efforts told a story. His parents Rex and Kathryn Price, recognized his talent and encouraged him to use it. He spent his early years living in a log cabin that his parents had built in Montana. Surrounded by nature, Clark developed an appreciation for the land, as well as an ability to observe the kinds of details that many overlook.

Clark worked on various ranches since his teenage years, giving him a feel for and an appreciation of the cowboy life. His experiences with his own horses over the last thirty years, packing and hunting in the mountains of Idaho and Wyoming add to the authentic flavor of his work.

Since 1973 Clark has been a full-time artist, and his work can be found in private collections in the United States and abroad.

Bio from Cowboy Artists of America Collector’s Handbook


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