This is one of Gray's "Dancer" tabletop sculptures. (12x12x6) It is plasma cut steel with an acrylic coating. He appeared as a regular on the Ally McBeal TV Show.
|Here is a still of the Dancer sculpture on the Ally McBeal TV Show. In this scene, Tracey Ullman plays Ally's psychiatrist.|
|Bruce Gray's contemporary and abstract modern metal and wood sculptures have been displayed as part of group or solo art exhibitions at many Art Galleries and Art Museums from Santa Monica to Soho and abroad. The Los Angeles sculptor and artist is also well known for his kinetic sculptures which include mobiles and stabiles, amazing gravity defying suspended super power magnet sculptures, and rolling ball sculptures. Gray's sculptures, abstract paintings, and art furniture are part of over 1100 private and corporate art collections worldwide, and have appeared in hundreds of movies, TV shows, music videos, and commercials, as well as frequently in the press.. Visit the official Bruce Gray website here. |
Gray's impressive client list includes:
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, HBO, NBC, Warner Borthers, 20th Century Fox, Madonna, La Toya Jackson, Joan Jett, Dr Dre, Herbie Hancock, Howie Mandell, Martin Brest, Wolfgang Puck, Universal Studios, National Football League, A&M Records, Rye Films, Digital Film Works, California Pizza Kitchen, Warner Hollywood Studios, Fullman Kinetics, New Line Cinema, Southern California Edison, Stop Look Listen Inc., Witness, ING Group, Network Solutions, Kapor Enterprises Inc., Little Rock National Airport, Coca Cola, Reebok, Chevrolet, Sony, Disney, Sprint, Gucci, General Motors, Nike, Mercedes Benz, Harley Davidson, Ford, CBS, Playboy, Lexus, Honda, IBM, Audi, Pontiac, Mattel, McDonalds, Toyota, Microsoft, Zenith, Canon, Industrial Metal Supply Company, Fila, and Harsch Investment Corp.
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