Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Majestic Princess Cruise Ship Features Interactive Kinetic Art by Bruce Gray

This is "Journey," my new rolling ball sculpture for the Majestic Princess cruise ship. It's 60" x 100" x 6". Making a sculpture this wide, with only 6" of depth was a challenge. Also it will be behind plexiglas on a moving vessel, so it has to be reliable and most of the tracks are "sealed" so the ball cannot come off. This interactive kinetic sculpture features a hand crank which operates an Archimedes screw lifting system bringing the ball to the top to start it's journey.  The enormous luxury ship will be based out of Italy and China.


Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Unsupervised Shop Class for the Rest of Your Life

Check out my friend/neighbor Kara Stewart Fortier's podcast  Playgrounding at the link below to hear her recent interview with me about incorporating "play" into my sculptures.



Click here to here the interview on the Playgrounding podcast (Episode PGP 27).

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Rolling Ball Kinetic Sculpture With Archimedes Screw In Progress

This is part of my new rolling ball machine kinetic sculpture I am making for a gigantic European cruise ship.  It is a work in progress and features a hand cranked archimedes screw lifting system.

Friday, February 3, 2017

Sculptor Bruce Gray interview on Modern Art Blitz

This is a still from my interview on Modern Art Blitz with host Mat Gleason on January 2,  2017. Go to my facebook page or dromebox.com to watch the show.


Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Coolest Address in the Neighborhood

I finally got a photo of these address numbers I made for one of my collectors. They are each 22 inches tall and 5 inches thick in welded stainless steel. The numbers overlap and intersect a couple of inches at each connection, making this one large piece.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

BUYPOPART.COM Blatantly steals artists work and sells fake reproductions and repaintings!

So what the hell is this shit? This company BUY POP ART.com is selling prints of all my paintings and sculptures. Has anyone else dealt with these fools yet?  
Is there no end to people looking to rip off artists?


Please do not support a company that steals from artists.  They even blacklisted my email so I could not contact them about this, but several of my friends did for me.


If you would like to tell them how you feel about big companies stealing from artists, please contact them at 707-877-4321 in California, or by email at contact@BuyPopArt.com.


I would appreciate that!