Clay Enoch was born and raised in Tennessee where he participated in the Governor's school for the Fine Arts before earning his BFA from Wheaton College in Illinois. He has been self employed and living as a sculptor in Colorado Springs since 1996.
He has created monumental works for The Country Place in Moscow, TN, First Congregational Church in Greeley, CO, Evangelical Christian School, Cordova, TN, Lipscomb Pitts Insurance Company in Memphis, TN, Wheaton College in Wheaton, IL, and Gold Camp Elementary School in Colorado Springs, CO. Primarily, however, his limited edition bronzes are collected privately and displayed in residences across the country, concentrated in the Southeast.
His work has been exhibited in galleries in Denver, Littleton, and Loveland, CO, Taos, NM, Philadelphia, PA, and Nashville, TN and shown in Wheaton, IL, Scottsdale, AZ, Fort Drum, NY, Jackson, MS, Memphis, TN, and internationally in Illesheim, Germany.
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