Three Amigos - Now Available Direct From Studio...

Three Amigos - Solid Cast Bronze. Now available direct from the Gregory Beck Art Studio. Also available in Cast Urethane Resin. Signed and dated by Artist. 

Solid Cast Bronze - 6” diameter x 1.25” deep. (5 ibs 2 oz) $395.00 USD, plus shipping. Available in Classic Bronze finish or Smooth Black with Silver Nitrate skulls.

Cast Urethane Resin - 6” diameter x 1.25” deep. (11 oz) $165.00 USD, plus shipping. Unique hand applied Rust and Decay finish.

Use Contact Page to order.

Cast Urethane Resin

New Cast Resin Sculpture Series available for limited time...

A reminder that life is short. Enjoy it! My new bas-relief cast resin El Caletre series are 10” in diameter and approx 1“ deep. Signed & dated on front and hand signed on the back. Five standard finishes available (custom finishes at additional charge).

Cast in resin and hand applied finishes by the artist makes each piece unique. These sculptures will be available for a limited time so please contact me if interested.

El Fin - Rust and corrosion

Ebony y Ivory - Natural bone & dark stain

Vida de Oro - Antique gold finish

Madera Natural  - Wood like stain

Vida de Plata - Antique silver finish

Order today - $125.00 USD each, plus $12 shipping (USA) - PayPal payments only unless otherwise approved. Allow 1-3 weeks for delivery. Simply use the Contact Page to email your order request and we will send you a PayPal invoice.

Note - For decorative display only. Not rated for exterior use.



TSOS SculptFest 2019 is in the books...

What a great time. Debuted the new D-K (decay) Series plus a few new framed resin and bronze castings. Visited with old friends and made some new ones. Round Rock is a great venue.

Photo by Kelly Borsheim

Photo by Kelly Borsheim

Here are a few images. Enjoy.

Fort Worth Public Art project Fly-By

A short fly-by of my Fort Worth Public Art project 'Pieces of Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow'. Enjoy!

Photography by Randy Anderson. Editing by Gregory Beck

Short aerial view of my Fort Worth Public art project 'Pieces of yesterday, today & Tomorrow'. Enjoy.

Primavera leaves for Canada today…

Primavera with a beautiful new patina by Rebecca at DITH foundry has shipped to Canada today. She has a great new home overlooking the St. Lawrence River in the city of Quebec City. Many thanks to these great patrons!

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Fort Worth Public Art Project Is Complete! Join the Dedication.

Fort Worth Public Art Project Is Complete! Join the Dedication.

Fort Worth Public Art Project Is Complete! Dedication Date - Nov. 16, 9:00-10:00am. Join us and take a closer look. I look forward to seeing community members and art lovers from Fort Worth and beyond.

This project has been three years in the making. 10’ Tall by 80’ long water-jet cut aluminum. High grade Automotive paint with graffiti proof clear coat, Over 900 individual layers of paint, 1200 custom cut masking patterns, 500+ custom mixed colors, Hundreds of hours in design and paint preparation. Drop by and check it out when you can. I’d love to hear your reaction. I cannot thank Aaron Smith, BSM Paintworks, and the rest of the crew enough for their dedication and professionalism in making this happen. Click here to view the official FWPA announcement

https://www.facebook.com/events/2182993141959898/?ti=ia

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The finale is close...

The end is near for my Fort Worth Public Art Project. Scheduled for installation this month. Dedication Date to be determined. A special thanks to the Fort Worth Public Art group for their help and patience. Also, thank you to my great studio group helping bring this project to life.

STATS: Nearly 900 layers of paint. 1,200 patterns, 700 custom colors of paint. Hundreds of hours on computer design and color separation, vinyl pattern cutting & prep, metal prep and painting, removing patterns & cleaning and applying the final Anti-Graffiti clear coating.

Just for fun...

This is an animated video of me sketching "1972". Enjoy.

Gregory Beck Public Art Designs

Designing and changing the art to site specific requirements is a crucial factor in a successful public art project

Gregory Beck FWPA Project Update, K-9 evolution

Here is a short video showing a few of the multiple painting steps in creating another puzzle piece for my Fort Worth Public Art project "Pieces of yesterday, Today & Tomorrow. Enjoy.

SCULPTFEST 2018 Was a Great Success...

Round Rock, Texas - Sculptfest 2018 was a wonderful weekend. It is always great to talk to the people, see old friends and make new friends. Thank you Scot Wilkinson-City of Round Rock, Clint Howard & the crew from Deep In The Heart Foundry, Joe Kenney and all the others that worked so hard to make this show a success. We are looking forward to a bigger & better show in 2019. As a side note - Round Rock invited me to place Primavera in the lobby of their Baca Center (site for the show) for while so if you get a chance go by, check her out and say hello to the great people of this friendly city.

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Fort Worth Public Art Project

A look at the second large panel as it is revealed from 28 layers of masking & paint. Just a couple of minor touch-ups and it is ready for clear coating. Thanks for watching.

Celebration Wins Award at Texas Sculpture Association Show…

Celebration - One of 4 sculptures in the Carnivale' Mystique series by Gregory Beck was awarded Second Place Honors at the TSA’s 2018 Membership Show by Juror Pat Bodnyk, Holder Dane Gallery & Art Studios, Grapevine, TX. 

Pat’s Comments (TSA Artist News and Opportunities Newsletter – 3-23-18)

Second Place: Celebration by Greg Beck. This lovely piece has it all: movement, soft perfectly done patina colors, additional bands of metal that top off the movement and carries the eye up and away into that space of energy. Title, base nicely done and overall a complete presentation of character makes this sculpture second place yet first in figurative.

Exhibited sculpture by various member artists will remain on view through March 31st. If you can make it to this outstanding venue you will find some amazing art by TSA members and enjoy Grapevine’s enchanting downtown with its art-destination hospitality.  

A special Thanks to Breanne Schwarz and the others at TSA for their efforts in assembling this wonderful exhibition.

Location:

Grapevine Convention and Visitors Bureau Tower Gallery located at 636 South Main Street, Grapevine, TX. 

   
  
    
  
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     Celebration  - One of 4 sculptures in the  Carnivale' Mystique  series by Gregory Beck was awarded Second Place Honors at the TSA’s 2018 Membership Show. 

Celebration - One of 4 sculptures in the Carnivale' Mystique series by Gregory Beck was awarded Second Place Honors at the TSA’s 2018 Membership Show. 

   
  
    
  
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   Carnivale' Mystique  series by Gregory Beck

Carnivale' Mystique series by Gregory Beck

Fort Worth Public Art Project Update....

We are proud to reveal a little Sneak Peek as the first of the large panels leaves the paint studio. This is part one of the many large panels that we will be completing this spring. Stay tuned at www.ArtByGregoryBeck.com or by subscribing to my YouTube channel. Thanks for watching!