Motorcycle Lifesize Motorcycle Sculpture in Found ObjectsMotorcycle Lifesize Motorcycle Sculpture in Found Objects
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Product description:The giant "Motorcycle" sculpture (55"h. 94"L. 33"w) by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray is constructed in heavy industrial steel found objects including 2 very heavy massive railroad equipment gears for wheels, a train coupling link for the seat, giant train springs for shocks, oversized chain, and a BMW R75/5 motorcycle engine and tailpipes. This slightly oversized motorcycle sculpture almost looks ridable, but the engine is non-functional, and this incredible piece of art is meant to be enjoyed visually only. This unique found object motorcycle sculpture looks half retro, and half futuristic, like it was used by "The Terminator," or "Mad Max," or some other very intense post apocalyptic character. The motorcycle sculpture is equally at home indoors or outside, and is currently available for $25,000. Approximate weight of 600-800 pounds. Must be seen in person to really appreciate this piece. This sculpture was featured on Discovery Channel's "Monster House," in Angeleno Magazine, Art Business News magazine, and on the rear cover of the book The Chic Eco Directory.
 
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Motorcycle Lifesize Motorcycle Sculpture in Found Objects

Metal Workings by Sculpture and Art by Bruce Gray

  • Shipping: $1000.00
  • Product ID#: 40118
  • Dimensions: 94" width x55" height x33" depth
  • Weight: 800 lbs
  • Materials: Metal, Metal, Metal, Other Materials, Other Materials, Precious Metal, Metal, Other Materials, Other Materials, Other Materials, Other Materials, Fine Art Print
  • Colors: Black, Gray, Yellow

Artwork Description: The giant "Motorcycle" sculpture (55"h. 94"L. 33"w) by Los Angeles sculptor Bruce Gray is constructed in heavy industrial steel found objects including 2 very heavy massive railroad equipment gears for wheels, a train coupling link for the seat, giant train springs for shocks, oversized chain, and a BMW R75/5 motorcycle engine ...
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Bruce's artworks are part of over 1200 private and corporate art collections worldwide. His clients include Madonna, Austin Powers, NYPD Blue, Seinfeld, Friends, Frasier, Six Feet Under, Meet the Fockers, Rush Hour, Starship Troopers, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, A&M Records, Gene Simmons, Coca Cola, Mercedes Benz, Microsoft, Honda, Edwards Air Force Base, Little Rock National Airport, Children’s Hospital Boston, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Vanderbilt University, LA County Museum of Art, and two of Bruce’s kinetic sculptures have been acquired for the permanent collection at The Rolling Ball...read more