Clark Kelley Price

Clark Kelley Price

Clark Kelley Price was born in Idaho Falls, Idaho.  He loved to draw as a child.  His talent was recognized by his parents, who encouraged him to develop it.  They lived in a log cabin in Montana in his early years.  Here he particularly developed an interest in the land and the details of the life surrounding him.  During his teen years he worked on ranches in Idaho and Wyoming.  He received his BA in oil painting at Ricks College and Brigham Young University.  His religion is important to him and he served as an LDS Missionary during his early life.

Clark became a full-time artist in 1973.  He is a traditional oil painter of cowboys, wildlife, early Western trappers and Indians. Each of his paintings tells a unique story based on his early observations and experiences.  He seeks to capture the spirit of the subjects in his paintings.    He has been featured in fine art publications.  He has participated in well-known shows and sales and exhibitions including the American West Fine Art at the Autry National Center.  He earned awards in the Arts in the Parks Top 100, as well as the Wyoming Historical Society.  In 2004 he was accepted into the Cowboy Artists of America.

He is the father of 7 children and resides in Star Valley, Wyoming.      

Galleries Include:  Trailside

Painting - Chance on the Cut BankChance on the Cut Bank

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Painting - Shinin' Times - A Wilderness ReunionShinin' Times - A Wilderness Reunion

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Painting - Top Hand in the Pink ChapsTop Hand in the Pink Chaps

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