Bright, Barney, 1927-1997

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Gorman talks about his background and how he became an artists, his work at the Carnegie Center for Art and History. He discusses his relationship to sculptor Barney Bright, developing a retrospective of and cataloging Bright's work, public versus private art, Brights work on the Firefighters memorial, Bright's work at Cave Hill Cemetery.
Graf talks about his background, his collections of artifacts, his relationship with sculptor Barney Bright and working at the Bright foundry, sculpting the Louisville Cardinal Bird and the statue of J. Graham Brown in front of the Brown Hotel and other works, his research process before making a piece, how he chooses what "moment" to capture of a subject, creating a statues of Alice Lloyd and Catherine Spaulding, the joy of doing historical research for his projects.