Thursday, July 20, 2017

Bruce Gray teams up with LA Angels and Coors Light for Recycled Can Art Project

So after pulling an all nighter, I finished this recycled can sculpture about an hour before the client came to my studio. This sculpture was sponsored by the LA Angeles baseball team and Coors Light, and is now on display at the stadium in Anaheim.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Artist Bruce Gray's Amazing Techicolor Dream Bed

This is Bruce's amazing technicolor dream bed. This is based on my abstract modern pop art Raindrops painting series. I am now selling several of my designs on comforters, pillows, mugs, T shirts, towels, and more.  Check out my shop at :  Society 6

Monday, May 15, 2017

Robot Family Sculptures by Bruce Gray for Children's Hospital

I finally finished my robot family sculptures and took this photo today. These are for a children's hospital, and the green robot has a cut out face so kids can stand behind and get their photo taken.  The tallest one is 6 feet tall, and they are made in laser cut and welded stainless steel and powder coated in bright fun colors.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Sons of Anarchy Spinoff Mayans MC to Feature Sculptures by Bruce Gray

What a day I had recently!  I was on the set of the filming of Mayans MC all day and met lots of very cool people and there were so many stunning drool-worthy bikes. This is the pilot for the new spinoff of the Kurt Sutter hit Sons of Anarchy.  They were very cool about letting me take photos of my work on set, but I can't show them to anyone until the show comes out in a few months. They even interviewed me about one of my major sculptures they featured on the show which could end up in various social media.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Bruce Gray sculpture featured on TV show Superior Donuts

Watch for one of my large standing sculptures on an upcoming episode of the new TV show Superior Donuts on CBS, starring Judd Hirsh and Katey Sagal.

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.