If interested in buying a bronze sculpture or to purchase the right to reproduce a water-color painting or any of the pencil sketches contact Heidi, Clarks daughter.
Heidi Phone: 206.406.7823 or E-mail: email@example.com
Clark Bronson’s Obituary
Clark Everice Bronson, 81, born March 10, 1939 in Kamas, Utah, passed away at his home in Utah on May 21, 2020. Due to Covid-19, a graveside service was held in Fairview, Utah on May 29. His parents, Guy Bronson and Lerean Fitzgerald Bronson preceded him in death. Clark studied at Art Instruction Schools and the University of Utah, but Arnold Friberg was his finest and most influential teacher.
Clark was a member of the National Sculpture Society, Society of Animal Artists, Northwest Rendezvous Group, Cowboy Hall of Fame, and National Academy of Western Art. During his art career, Clark received numerous recognitions and awards. His watercolor, oil and charcoal illustrations appeared in books, on magazine covers, national advertisements, greeting cards, calendars, etc. He also illustrated books for Rand McNally, but perhaps Clark is best known for his bronze sculptures of birds and animals. For many years they were purchased by many collectors throughout the United States.
An Eagle Scout at the age of fourteen, Clark soon afterward earned three palms. He married Pauline Turnbow on September 18, 1958 in Salt Lake City. Living in Woodland, Utah, Clark served as Scoutmaster and was a member of the Bishopric. Residing in Bozeman, Montana, he served on the High Council.
While living on their boat, the Sea Runner, Clark and Pauline filmed wildlife in Alaska for 30 summers–Clark made videos from the footage they took. He is survived by his wife, three wonderful children Jeffrey (Brooke) Bronson, Heidi (Leon Dorscher) Bronson, Perry (Leslie) Bronson, two lovely sisters, Dixie Gibbons and Peggy (Don) Butcher, as well as seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Clark was a talented and soft-spoken gentleman. He will be remembered for his extraordinary talents, his wisdom, integrity, kindness, faith and his love of family and beautiful places.