Monday, February 12, 2018

Big Cheese Sculpture Moves To Dallas

Sculptor Bruce Gray's Big Cheese #3 sculpture has been purchased by  a collector for his amazing home in Dallas, Texas.  The sculpture is fabricated in welded aluminum.



Saturday, February 10, 2018

Spontaneous Intense Bright White Hallucination

OK, so I wasn't going to post about this, but I can't get it out of my mind. Last weekend my brother came by and we were outside grilling up some burgers for lunch. I am on dozens of meds for chemo etc, so I don't know what caused this, but I had a spontaneous hallucination. At first there were glowing purple batches of orbs floating around, but then everything turned bright white. Not just sort of white, but powerful gleaming INTENSE white that glowed on the trees, chairs, plants and everything else in my yard. It was so bright, it was almost hard not to squint my eyes. My brothers body was about 80% glowing white, and I was thinking that this was possibly the last few seconds of my life, and that this was the bright light people who come close to dying see. The experience was nearly half an hour total, and was not brought on by any hallucination causing drugs. Nothing like this has ever happened before. I sort of feel compelled to try to paint what I saw so I can share the experience, but I doubt I could even slightly do it justice. One of the most bizarre, confusing, and yet beautiful experiences in my entire life.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Haas Moto Museum Aquires Bruce Gray's Motorcycle Sculpture for Permanent Collection

I just got this photograph of my motorcycle sculpture at The Haas Moto Museum and Sculpture Gallery in Dallas, Texas. They acquired it as part of their permanent collection. Grand opening coming this May. I'm really excited about this!



Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Bruce Gray's Motorcycle Sculpture heads to Haas Moto Museum in Dallas

I just said goodbye to three of my sculptures headed to Dallas. These happen to be some of the best works of my career, and it's a bit like sending off a kid of to college, I would imagine. For my Texan friends, watch for my motorcycle sculpture to be featured at The Haas Moto Museum in Dallas as part of their permanent collection. Grand opening this May. End of crate photos, I promise.