In June of 1973, Clark Kelley Price had just worked a spring roundup in Montana. He had four paintings in his truck and decided to stop at the Jensen Gallery in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on his way home to Utah. He was bedraggled, but he entered the gallery and wandered around, admiring the artwork it housed.
A staff member approached him and asked, “Are you an artist?”
“Yes, I am,” Price responded.
“I can tell by the way you’re studying these paintings,” she said. “What kind of art do you do?”
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