01.10.08 by Jeff

Kevin Francis Gray

Fantastic bronze work by Kevin Francis Gray.

kevin francis gray sculpture artist art booooom blog

kevin francis gray sculpture artist art booooom blog

kevin francis gray sculpture artist art booooom blog


Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • http://www.jolinphoto.com Jolin

    whoa thats really crazy.. i like how you compared it to cobra commander though haha SO awesome. that 2nd sculpture is wicked!

  • http://www.Breathewords.com Adriana

    I’m plugging this at Scene 360 Illusion soon. I hope you don’t mind, and I will credit your site of course.

    If you want to republish some of the illusion type art at http://illusion.Scene360.com, feel free. I like your finds.

  • http://rynonymous.blogspot.com RYAN

    thats very creepy..

  • http://www.cmykern.com James Griffin

    WOW! These are great. They remind me of star wars on acid!

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  • http://alteredlines.com/ Brendon


  • andyenoch

    the way he sculpts drapery, it reminds me of michelangelo and his work are new-age “pietas”

  • http://CreareDesign.co.uk Dape

    love his work they have a sort of presence. Reminds me of the artist who used to wrap items in felt Beuys,Joseph(1921-86) Conceptualism, Post modernism.

  • http://www.patrou.com Lou Patrou

    I love the top piece – but when I saw the one with his model wearing sneakers it lost some mystery

  • http://www.chandersculptor.blogspot.com Chander Parkash

    great works

  • http://www.backsidefive.com Joe

    That’s cool…pretty disturbing at first glance, but awesome!


    I’m pretty sure that the new movie “Snow White and the Huntsman” stole his work…. or maybe payed him. http://cdn.abclocal.go.com/images/otrc/2010/photos/111112_otrc_snow_white_huntsman_mirror_person.jpg

    • Sara

      Yes! I immediately noticed that too! It looks very cool in the movie but I hope Gray gets credited.

    • M.L.

      when i saw the trailer i instantly knew that i’ve seen it somewhere, and now i remembered. i do hope they payed him good money :)

  • http://www.jessemorrisart.com Jesse Morris

    Incredible. Ya I agree with the snow white thing mentioned above. I think this is what the board of trustees look like when I apply for grants and get denied.


    I LOVE your art work im workin on my art stuff

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