Monday, February 18, 2019
Here is a still from Black Monday on Showtime featuring my sculpture Nucleate. (Season 1, Episode 4) This scene shows off the entire piece quite well. It is getting a lot of exposure already, and will be on as a regular feature in Maurice Monroe (Don Cheadle's) office. The show is really well done and the actors are great. I am very psyched to be part of it in a small way. The funny thing is that I sold that sculpture to Modern Props over 25 years ago, and I had no idea they were going to be using it for Black Monday until I saw a promotion for the show. Check it out on Sunday evenings.
Sunday, October 7, 2018
Sunday, August 26, 2018
Here is an article about using sculptor Bruce Gray's robot sculptures for TV and print commercials for Stanford Hospital. You can read the entire article here: India West Newspaper
Sunday, August 12, 2018
This is Leaves of a Feather, my latest mobile sculpture. It was tricky to make because the client liked a previous mobile I had made but wanted the sizes altered. This adds a lot of extra work and calculating, but I am pleased with it. Powder coating makes it all glossy and perfect. This sculpture is in a private collection.
Thursday, July 26, 2018
Here is my latest interview with Klassik International Magazine. I think it's a pretty interesting interview. How about you? Check it out at: http://www.klassikmagazine.com/bruce-grays/
Tuesday, July 24, 2018
I am interviewed today in a 24 July 2018 VoyageLA article under Inspiring East LA Stories. Check it out at: http://voyagela.com/…/meet-bruce-gray-sculpture-bruce-gray…/
Saturday, June 23, 2018
Tah Dah! Here is my finished wall sculpture "Red Dot #3." It is 44x44x4, and made from steel, disk brushed stainless steel, and hot roll steel plate. I used copper and various combinations of patinas, as well as red, black, gray, and holographic paints. The fun part of this type of sculpture is that it is meant to evolve and change as the rust spreads and deepen in tone, and the patinas continue to develop. There are three hidden mounting holes covered by parts held on by super strong neodymium magnets.