"Motorcycle #1" Found Object Metal Art Sculpture by sculptor Bruce Gray
Lifesize motorcycle sculpture made from found objects
The giant "Motorcycle #1" 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: see article here, Art Business News magazine: see article here, and on the rear cover of the book The Chic Eco Directory: see it here.
Motorcycle chair functional art Model Eve Ellis with motorcycle sculpture Tabletop motorcycle sculptures very rare postage stamp with motorcycle sculpture
Click image above for the EZ Rider motorcycle chair. Click image above for photo of model Eve Ellis with motorcycle sculpture. Click image above for the Harley Davidson tabletop motorcycle sculpture. Official legal U.S. postcard postage stamps with Bruce's Motorcycle sculpture. Very limited! Click on stamp for details.
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