Jack Bryant, Jr. is a wildlife artist
in the truest sense of the word. He was born and raised in a
rural area of Texas. Jack was immersed in western and wildlife
art from an early age, yet his skills are distinctively his
own. This unique combination produced in him a love for animals
and wildlife, the character of the Western way of life, and
a burning desire to accurately portray that spirit in fine art.
Jack creates the highest quality bronze sculptures to exacting detail. He researches every part of his subject, even minute details such as the veins in his African Elephant's ears. Jack knows how to create a wildlife sculpture that lends itself to producing a good mold for use in the production of wildlife art.
He is highly skilled in all the various stages of producing
an excellent bronze wildlife art sculpture, from the conception
of an idea for an art piece, sculpting the piece, making the
mold, and casting the bronze sculpture to putting the final
patina in the lost wax process. Jack spends a large share of
his time sculpting in conjunction with complete supervision
of the foundry he now owns, and where he casts his own work,
thus ensuring that each piece is carefully brought to perfection
by the artist himself.