“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
Bruce Beasley (b. 1939) was born in Los Angeles. His works are in private and museum collections around the world. Bruce showed a talent for metalwork as a child and nurtured his interest in art as an undergraduate at Dartmouth. He graduated with a degree in art in 1962 from UC Berkeley and set up his studio in West Oakland.
Voyager came to us from the estate of a local family, a very artistic family. Bruce Beasley is not a Connecticut or even New England artist but we jumped at the opportunity to work with a work by such a significant contemporary American artist. Sometimes contradictions are best when they are balanced against each other; the "perfect point between change and stillness." Voyager stands proud and immovable while soaring in space.