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Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray's diverse body of artworks have appeared in many museums, art galleries, books, music videos, and countless times on TV and in movies.

Bruce was born in Orange, New Jersey. He moved around quite a bit as a child, and lived in several places including Brussels, Belgium, Madison, New Jersey, and Bridgewater, Massachusetts. After high school, Bruce spent 4 years in the Coast Guard as an electronics technician, and was stationed at Governors Island, New York, Cape Sarichef, Alaska, and Jupiter, Florida. After his 4 year enlistment, Bruce went to college on the GI Bill and received a BFA in Design from The University of Massachusetts in 1983.

After graduation Bruce moved to Boston and started work as a photographer and photo printer, then he worked as an art director at Allied Advertising until 1988. In 1989 he moved to Los Angeles and started working as an artist full time.

His work includes giant objects, metal sculptures, kinetic art, mobiles, magnetic sculptures, abstract paintings, wood carvings, rolling ball machines, unique art furniture and more. His works are part of over 1200 private, corporate art, and museum collections worldwide.

Clients include Madonna, Austin Powers 1, 2 & 3, Sleeping with the Enemy, Ally McBeal, The Bernie Mac Show, NYPD Blue, Seinfeld, Friends, Frasier, Six Feet Under, CSI, Meet the Fockers, Gene Simmons, Color of Night, and Medium.

Bruce has appeared as himself on several television shows around the world including a Guest Judge appearance on Unchained Reaction on Discovery Channel, Career Day on Channel 5, Awesome Interiors - on HGTV, City Spy - on Chinese TV Network, Eye on LA - on Channel 7, Hollywood 26 - on French and Italian TV, Carol Duvall Show on HGTV, Monster House - on Discovery Channel, MTV's Loveline - on Italian TV, and Gene Simmons - Family Jewels.

Bruce and his work have appeared in many books, magazines, and newspapers worldwide.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Bruce Gray

Trivia (3)

Sculptor Bruce Gray was referenced as a participating artist in the Claire Fisher art gallery scene on Six Feet Under on HBO. Season 4 Finale, Episode 12.
Bruce was a former electronics technician in the US Coast Guard from 1975-1979 and reached the rank of Petty Officer Second Class. He also spent 2 years on the fire support team with the rank of sergeant in the National Guard during his college years from 1981-1982.
Sculptor Bruce Gray was hired to give a welding lesson and insight into the life of a sculptor to actress Rebecca De Mornay who plays a sculptor in the movie Raise Your Voice. He taught her how to weld and plasma cut at his studio in Los Angeles.

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