Robot Sculpture made from crashed BMW 645CI car parts by sculptor Bruce Gray
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|Official US postage stamp with Bruce and the Robot sculpture. Peel off stamps autographed on rear. $4 each, including shipping. |
|"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 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. More robot photos here. |
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