"Beemer" Robot Sculpture made from crashed BMW 645CI car parts by metal sculptor Bruce Gray
Robot sculpture made from crashed BMW 645CI convertible

"Beemer" robot sculpture #1 (68x34x22) by metal sculptor Bruce Gray is a commissioned sculpture and is constructed primarily out of parts supplied by the client from a 2005 BMW 645CI convertible that was in an accident. (nobody got hurt) Most of these parts are cast aluminum, and I decided that I wanted to attach all parts together using existing brackets and mounting holes. This has the effect of a sculpture that you may not be able to figure out what was originally connected, and what was added and altered to create this sculpture. This robot features a movable head, pivoting (simulated) energy pulse gun with movable joystick/fire button controller, movable upper arrm and a forearm that raises and has a swiveling multi-positionable hand. This is one of my favorite sculptures that I have done! The feet are heavy old steel plates from train tracks. This museum worthy robot sculpture is in a private collection in La Canada. I think I will be building more robot sculptures in the near future. Weight 240 pounds

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"Robot Sculpture 1" (68x34x22) by metal sculptor Bruce Gray is a commissioned sculpture and is constructed primarily out of parts supplied by the client from a 2005 BMW 645CI convertible that was in an accident. (nobody got hurt) Most of these parts are cast aluminum, and I decided that I wanted to attach all parts together using existing brackets and mounting holes. This has the effect of a sculpture that you may not be able to figure out what was originally connected, and what was added and altered to create this sculpture. This robot features a movable head, pivoting (simulated) energy pulse gun with movable joystick/fire button controller, movable upper arrm and a forearm that raises and has a swiveling multi-positionable hand. This is one of my favorite sculptures that I have done! The feet are heavy old steel plates from train tracks. This museum worthy robot sculpture is in a private collection in La Canada. I think I will be building more robot sculptures in the near future. Weight 240 pounds.

 

 

 

 

 



Robot sculpture featured in the book - The Fascination of Technology - What Moves Us.
Robot sculpture featured in the book - The Fascination of Technology - What Moves Us. Click photograph to see it larger.
Official US postage stamp with Bruce and the Robot sculpture. Peel off stamps autographed on rear. $4 each, including shipping.

Beemer robot sculpture with his friend, metal sculptor Bruce Gray. Bruce is the one with the black sweatshirt.  



Robot sculpture made from crashed BMW 645CI convertible
Robot sculpture made from crashed BMW 645CI convertible
Robot sculpture made from crashed BMW 645CI convertible
Robot sculpture made from crashed BMW 645CI convertible
Robot sculpture made from crashed BMW 645CI convertible
Rear view of Beemer the car parts robot sculpture.

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