Massive steel sculpture by Bruce Beasley in Mexico with the artist standing under it
Bruce Beasley, Destiny, Cor-ten steel, 75 feet high (Commissioned for the City of Monterrey, Mexico)
Large bronze sculpture at City Hall Plaza in Oakland, California that looks like geometric shapes and lines stacked on each other
Bruce Beasley, Vitality, Bronze, 30 feet high (Commissioned for the City Hall Plaza, Oakland, CA)
36 feet wide futuristic stainless steel sculpture by Bruce Beasley at Grounds for Sculpture water feature in Hamilton, New Jersey
Bruce Beasley, Dorian, Stainless steel, 360 inches (Permanent collection of Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton, NJ)
22 feet tall stainless steel sculpture that looks like twisting ribbons by Bruce Beasley in Albany, California in front of a building
Bruce Bealsey, Torqueri VIII, Stainless steel, 22 feet high (Commissioned for the City of Albany, CA)
17 feet tall steel sculpture by Bruce Beasley that looks like Olympic Rings stacked on each other in an artful way in the Beijing Olympic Park, China
Bruce Beasley, Gathering of the Moons, Stainless steel, 17 feet high (Commissioned for Beijing Olympic Park, Beijing)
Bruce Beasley Rondo stainless steel ring sculpture installed in a large man made pond at UCB in California, set in the fall with autumn leaves on trees behind
Bruce Beasley, Rondo 2, Stainless steel, 14.5 x 25 x 15 feet (University of California at Berkeley)

For six decades, sculptor Bruce Beasley has worked in a range of media to build complex, resonant arrangements from simple shapes able to communicate the primacy of form and the complexity of human emotion. Throughout his career, Beasley experimented with and continues to explore various sculptural media, ranging from cast aluminum to Lucite to bronze to granite to wood. His abstract language of form has ranged from rectilinear shapes in the cubic works of the 80s and 90s, to the lyrical, undulating organic forms of the Rondo and Torqueri Series. View works by Beasley at both Melissa Morgan Fine Art gallery and sculpture garden on El Paseo in Palm Desert, California.

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