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Bruce Gray

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Bigcheese4
The Big Cheese #4, 2002 Welded Aluminum 25x29x43 © Bruce Gray
Apparition2
Apparition, 2008 Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel 43x96x6 © Bruce Gray
Distortedguitar
Jimi's Nightmare, 2006 Guitar, Wire, Screws 31x13x2 © Bruce Gray
Ws16new
Time Warp (wall sculpture #16), 2002 Painted Aluminum 35x46x12 © Bruce Gray
Shoebruce
Giant High Heel Shoe, 2003 Painted Steel 70x60x26 © Bruce Gray
Dreamin
California Dreamin, 2001 Steel, Motor, Drive Chain, Wire, Balls 81x50x32 © Bruce Gray
Suspensionnew
Suspension: Magnetic Sculpture, 1998 Steel, Magnets, Cord 40x39x16 © Bruce Gray
Brave
Brave New World, 2001 Stainless Steel 64x56x22 © Bruce Gray
Brucenbike
Motorcycle Sculpture, 2000 Steel, Train Parts, Motorcycle Parts 55x94x33 © Bruce Gray
Bug1new
Big Bug #1, 2000 Steel, Spheres, Found Objects 22x57x33 © Bruce Gray
Brucenrobot1
Robot Sculpture #1, 2004 Steel and Found Objects 68x34x22 © Bruce Gray
Formtablenew
Form Table, 1991 Aluminum and Glass 16x55x42 © Bruce Gray
Harsch10
Equinox mobile, 2002 Stainless Steel 144x144 © Bruce Gray
Rain4
Raindrops #4, 2001 Acrylic Paint on Canvas 71x96 © Bruce Gray
Soundtrack
Soundtrack, 2007 Steel, Spheres 66x49x15 © Bruce Gray
Cheborgie1
Cheborgie #1, 2000 Steel and Spheres 79x33x27 © Bruce Gray
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Orange, New Jersey
Birth year
1956
Lives in
Los Angeles
Works in
Los Angeles
Schools
University of Massachusetts, 1983, Design
Representing galleries
L'attitude Gallery - Boston, MA, Nemiroff Deutsch Fine Art - Los Angeles, CA
Tags
TV, television, Movies, props, bronze, Brewery, Downtown, acrylics, stabiles, furniture, functional, contemporary, famous, abstract, objects, found, machines, steel, stainless, Art, Kinetic, sculpture, metal, Giant, aluminum, welded, Bruce, gray, sculptor, LosAngeles, mobiles
Statement

Bruce Gray's contemporary and abstract modern metal sculptures and paintings have been displayed as part of group or solo art exhibitions at many Art Galleries and Art Museums from Santa Monica to Soho and abroad. The Los Angeles sculptor and painter is also well known for his kinetic sculptures which include mobiles, amazing gravity defying suspended super power magnet sculptures, and rolling ball sculptures. Bruce's artworks are part of over 1100 private and corporate art collections worldwide, and have appeared in hundreds of movies, TV shows, music videos, and commercials.  Bruce’s clients include Madonna, Austin Powers, NYPD Blue, Seinfeld, Friends, Frasier, Six Feet Under, Meet the Fockers, Rush Hour, Starship Troopers, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, A&M Records, Gene Simmons, Coca Cola, Mercedes Benz, IBM, CBS, Mc Donald’s, Microsoft, Honda, Sears, Pontiac, Edwards Air Force Base, Little Rock National Airport, Children’s Hospital Boston, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Vanderbilt University, and two of Bruce’s kinetic sculptures have recently been acquired for the permanent collection at The Rolling Ball Museum in Seoul, Korea.