"Big Bug #1" Giant Metal Insect Sculpture
"Big Bug #1" (22x57x33) is constructed of steel, steel spheres, and found objects by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. This giant steel insect is available at $5000. Big Bug #2 is in a private collection. This piece, with it's impressive large spheres, wide wingspan and swirled cone steel pipe reamer nose, must be seen in person to be appreciated. The Big Bug giant insect sculpture is equally at home on the floor, wall, or suspended from the ceiling. The Bug insect art series has been very popular, and most of the bugs from Bruce Gray's original solo Bug Show and retrospective at Bova Gallery are now in collections.
"Big Bug #1" (22x57x33) is constructed of steel, steel spheres, and found objects by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. This giant steel insect is available at $5000. Big Bug #2 is in a private collection. This piece, with it's impressive large spheres, wide wingspan and swirled cone steel pipe reamer nose, must be seen in person to be appreciated. The Big Bug giant insect sculpture is equally at home on the floor, wall, or suspended from the ceiling. The Bug insect art series has been very popular, and most of the bugs from Bruce Gray's original solo Bug Show and retrospective at Bova Gallery are now in collections. Show me your smaller bug sculptures!
"Big Bug #1" (22x57x33) is constructed of steel, steel spheres, and found objects by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray. This giant steel insect is available at $5000. Big Bug #2 is in a private collection. This piece, with it's impressive large spheres, wide wingspan and swirled cone steel pipe reamer nose, must be seen in person to be appreciated. The Big Bug giant insect sculpture is equally at home on the floor, wall, or suspended from the ceiling. The Bug insect art series has been very popular, and most of the bugs from Bruce Gray's original solo Bug Show and retrospective at Bova Gallery are now in collections.
"Big Bug #1" (22x57x33) is shown here suspended on the wall of my studio.

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