Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Artist / Photographer Bruce Gray Combines Old and New for a Fascinating Image

This is an old photograph that I took many years ago that I recently used a new artsy filter on to come up with this image.  What is it?  When I was in the Coast Guard in the mid 1970's, I was an electronics technician, and I specialized in LORAN equipment.  This is a rack of LORAN C timing equipment.  What is LORAN?  You know it now as the modernized version called GPS.

Sunday, June 26, 2016

USC School of Cinematic Arts presents a short film: "An Afternoon with Sculptor Bruce Gray"

The University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts presents a short film: "An Afternoon with Sculptor Bruce Gray."  This is an interview and behind the scenes look at artist Bruce Gray and his sculpture studio in downtown Los Angeles where he discusses his work and the motivation behind his creations.  This 6 minute film can be watched on YouTube by following this link.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Kinetic Art Sculpture by Sculptor Bruce Gray Heads to Las Vegas

"Serenity" (6 feet high by 11 feet wide) by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray is a hanging kinetic art mobile sculpture, and is constructed in stainless steel and powder coated in micro-wrinkle black and micro-wrinkle red. It is in a private collection in Las Vegas.

Friday, June 10, 2016

Sculptor Bruce Gray's Robot Sculptures on Exhibit at The Automobile Driving Museum

Several of Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray's robot sculptures were exhibited at The Automobile Driving Museum in El Segundo, California for the show "After Hours at the ADM: A Vehicle to Art."  This photograph is of Gray with his giant blue robot "Tesla" and some of his smaller robot series.

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Sculptor Bruce Gray on the Red Carpet For Parallel Worlds Premiere!

Sculptor Bruce Gray on the red carpet for the premiere of Parallel Worlds: A New Rock Music Experience!  He stated: "What a cool and fantastic show, and the music was awesome!  I'm so glad to be a part of this."  Gray's sculptures were featured in many scenes, and the main character was also working on one of his creations made specifically for Parallel Worlds.  Gray even convincingly weathered the "sculptor's" new jumpsuit to give it the look of well worn work clothes.