Bruce BeasleySCULPTURES
1960 – Present

“Nature arrives at this perfect point between change and stillness, between form that is evolving and form that is complete; nature does this most easily and with rare mistakes. Nature remains the ideal guide and the great resource; without it, there is no warmth, no heart and I insist that my work have both.” Bruce Beasley

Coriolis SeriesCORIOLIS EXHIBITION

In this show of his newest works – collectively called the Coriolis — globally recognized sculptor Bruce Beasley pioneers a revolution in fine art sculptural process: the use of 3-d printing to produce finished, indisputably fine art aesthetic objects.

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1_bronze_intersectionsTITIOPOLI’S ARCH

Cor-ten Steel, 1987  |  9’8″h x 11′w

“These sculptures reconcile the apparent contradictions of the tectonic and the organic, the constructed and the evolved, the planned and the accidental. Nevertheless they are neither representative nor narrative, but first and foremost, pure form.” Susanne Horst-Steppart

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Rondo SeriesRONDO SERIES

Rondo IV | Stainless Steel, 2013
12′ h x 16′ w x 16′ d

“Beasley’s new ringed work, The Rondo Series,  seems to want to  ‘share,’ even mirror the space and dynamism of Nature;   In, or rather through the sculptures you see the space, color, ambience of all that is ‘natural’.” — Marlena Doktorczyk-Donohue

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Books, Catalog & Posters

Upcoming Events

February 27, 2015 | Speaking Engagement
Beasley will be a Distinguished Speaker at the Brown Symposium at Southwestern University, Georgetown, TX
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Spring 2015 | Installation of Unity
A 22 foot tall sculpture in the Rondo Series for the City of Fremont, CA
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