Five "Paper Plane" Sculptures by Bruce Gray at Little Rock National Airport
Giant metal paper plane sculptures at Little Rock National airport

Five of sculptor Bruce Gray's 4 foot long aluminum "Paper Plane" sculptures are hanging, suspended in flight, in the main lobby of the Little Rock National Airport in Little Rock, Arkansas. Millions of people have seen this public art project.

See six of the Paper Plane sculptures made into a large hanging mobile for Edwards Air Force Base here. Click here to see the miniature paper airplane sculptures.

Here are a couple of close up photographs of Bruce Gray's 4 foot long aluminum "Paper Plane" sculptures. They come with small holes drilled for easy hanging at a wide variey of angles.
Here are a couple of close up photographs of Bruce Gray's 4 foot long aluminum "Paper Plane" sculptures. They come with small holes drilled for easy hanging at a wide variey of angles.
Here are a couple of close up photographs of Bruce Gray's 4 foot long aluminum "Paper Plane" sculptures. They come with small holes drilled for easy hanging at a wide variey of angles.

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