Progression of Similar Paintings by Artist Bruce Gray for 40 Years
This is a selection of paintings and drawings by famous artist Bruce Gray over a 40 year period starting at age 8 in 1964 and continuing to the present. The style has evolved, yet stayed similar for many decades.
"Untitled"
Magic Marker Drawing at age 8 (1964)
Modern paintings by artist Bruce Gray
This is a drawing using magic markers on paper. It was done in 1964, and is the beginning of a style of Bruce's work that has evolved yet stayed recognizably similar over many decades. Not for sale.
"Fours and Fives"
Airbrush Painting during college (1982)
Modern paintings by artist Bruce Gray
"Fours and Fives" is a project Bruce did for his design classes at the University of Massachusetts from 1980-1983. This is airbrushed inks on paper. It was done 18 years after the top untitled image above. Not for sale.
"Raindrops #4"
Giant abstract modern acrylic painting (2001)
Modern paintings by artist Bruce Gray
"Raindrops #4" (71 x 95 1/2) by renowned Los Angeles artist Bruce Gray is done with acrylics on canvas. This large and impressive colorful abstract modern contemporary painting on canvas is nearly 8 feet wide. It was painted 19 years after the "Fours and Fives" painting. This modern abstract painting masterpiece is currently available at $15,000.
"Eye Candy #2"
Abstract modern contemporary geometric painting (2003)
Modern paintings by artist Bruce Gray
"Eye Candy #2" (14x17) by famous American artist and sculptor Bruce Gray is done with pen and ink and magic markers on paper. This visually stimulating colorful abstract modern geometric contemporary painting is currently available at $1200. This recent work shows that the artist has always enjoyed working with segmented geometric shapes and bright colors.
"Second Childhood #1"
Abstract modern wall sculpture (2008)
Second Childhood series 1 ("Mother and Child") (17x22x2) is an abstract modern sculpture in painted aluminum by Los Angeles metal sculptor Bruce Gray. This playful sculpture is based upon Gray's repeated used of intersecting shapes that he has been utilizing since he was a child. The Second Childhood series is available in any size, color, and in steel, aluminum, stainless steel, rusty steel, and bronze.
"Second Childhood series #1" ("Mother and Child") (17x22x2) is an abstract modern wall sculpture in painted aluminum by Los Angeles metal sculptor Bruce Gray. It is raised off the wall by 2 inches, which gives it great shadows. This playful sculpture is based upon Gray's repeated used of intersecting shapes that he has been utilizing since he was a child. The Second Childhood series is available in any size, color, and in steel, aluminum, stainless steel, rusty steel, and bronze.

See artist Bruce Gray's "Top Ten" favorite sculptures and paintings here.

Are there interviews Bruce Gray has done on video that I can watch?
Yes, here is a link to his interviews that are available on YouTube.

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