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Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray's modern metal sculptures, mobiles, abstract paintings, cocktail tables, giant objects, magnetic sculptures and functional art have been exhibited at many art museums and art galleries, in over 44 books, and featured countless times on TV and in movies.

Bruce's artworks are part of over 1300 private and corporate art collections worldwide. His clients include Madonna, Austin Powers, NYPD Blue, Seinfeld, Friends, Frasier, Six Feet Under, Meet the Fockers, Rush Hour, Starship Troopers, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, A&M Records, Gene Simmons, Coca Cola, Mercedes Benz, Microsoft, Honda, Edwards Air Force Base, Little Rock National Airport, Children’s Hospital Boston, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Vanderbilt University, LA County Museum of Art, Doubletree Hotel San Francisco, Embassy Suites Hotel Ontario, Westfield Mall Culver City, and two of…

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  • Born on November 14
  • Joined January 16, 2012

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steel, stainless steel, aluminum, wood, bronze, paint, canvas, walnut, powdercoating, glass, copper, brass

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About

Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray's modern metal sculptures, mobiles, abstract paintings, cocktail tables, giant objects, magnetic sculptures and functional art have been exhibited at many art museums and art galleries, in over 44 books, and featured countless times on TV and in movies.

Bruce's artworks are part of over 1300 private and corporate art collections worldwide. His clients include Madonna, Austin Powers, NYPD Blue, Seinfeld, Friends, Frasier, Six Feet Under, Meet the Fockers, Rush Hour, Starship Troopers, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, A&M Records, Gene Simmons, Coca Cola, Mercedes Benz, Microsoft, Honda, Edwards Air Force Base, Little Rock National Airport, Children’s Hospital Boston, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Vanderbilt University, LA County Museum of Art, Doubletree Hotel San Francisco, Embassy Suites Hotel Ontario, Westfield Mall Culver City, and two of Bruce’s kinetic sculptures have been acquired for the permanent collection at The Rolling Ball Museum in Seoul, Korea.

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