"Flame" Curved Stainless and Rusty Steel Sculpture at Reason Foundation in Los Angeles
"Flame" (63x24x24) is a free standing curvy abstract modern sculpture by sculptor Bruce Gray. It is constructed of two rolled spiral sections of 1/4" steel and stainless steel plate. The shiny stainless steel piece was given a disk ground finish, and the steel piece and base were treated to have a rusty patina to give it contrast. This sculpture was commissioned for the lobby of Reason Foundation in Culver City, California. The resemblance to a flame is to represent their torch and flame logo.
"Flame" (63x24x24) is a free standing curvy abstract modern sculpture by sculptor Bruce Gray. It is constructed of two rolled spiral sections of 1/4" steel and stainless steel plate. The shiny stainless steel piece was given a disk ground finish, and the steel piece and base were treated to have a rusty patina to give it contrast. This sculpture was commissioned for the entrance lobby of Reason Foundation in Culver City, California. The resemblance to a flame is to represent their torch and flame logo. Here is a link to Reason Foundation.
"Flame" (63x24x24) is a free standing curvy abstract modern sculpture by sculptor Bruce Gray. It is constructed of two rolled spiral sections of 1/4" steel and stainless steel plate. The shiny stainless steel piece was given a disk ground finish, and the steel piece and base were treated to have a rusty patina to give it contrast. This sculpture was commissioned for the lobby of Reason Foundation in Culver City, California. The resemblance to a flame is to represent their torch and flame logo.
"Flame" is an abstract sculpture by sculptor Bruce Gray. It is shown here in Bruce's studio after the rusty patina had dried, and several coats of clear acrylic were sprayed on the rust.


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