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Gordon Bradt and Kinetico Studios

 create kinetic sculpture clocks and other award winning kinetic art, recognized by collectors around the world…

 

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Kinetico Studios

Eureka Springs, Arkansas  USA

 

Terri Bradt

479-253-9114

terribradt@gmail.com

 

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Grandfather Clocks

Our latest Grandfather Clock is now installed in South Korea at the Jeongdongjin Time Museum.  For more about our Grandfather Clocks, see our webpage Grandfather Clocks.

 

 

 

Gordon Bradt Fine Art Poster

Kinetico Studios still has a limited number of signed fine art posters designed by Gordon Bradt and printed by Kinetico Studios.  This poster compliments our clocks, as seen in our YouTube video above.  Click Patent Poster for details of these beautiful prints.  Contact Terri at terribradt@gmail.com or call 479-253-9114 to order.

 

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Gordon Bradt Retrospective Exhibit

And 84th Birthday Party

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Eureka Springs, Arkansas was the setting for our retrospective exhibit in May, 2008, at the historic 1886 Crescent Hotel.  For 4 days we celebrated Kinetico Studio’s 35th year of incorporation, and Gordon Bradt’s 84th birthday with a wonderful exhibit of all of his creations, pieces that have been saved in our individual family collections.  Here’s a video of the exhibit and the party!

 

 

 

 

 

Collette Bradt 1/17/1929 – 12/25/2016

Gordon Bradt will now turn 94 years young this May, as we celebrate the life of our matriarch and co-founder of Kinetico Studios, Collette Bradt.  Gordon and Collette left a very different life in Chicago in 1974 to come down to Arkansas and make kinetic sculptures.  Collette worked and sacrificed so much to help Gordon (aka Bud) make a go of our little studio and business, and that they did.  She has never gotten the credit she deserves, so now is the time to say, Thank You Mom!

 

 

 

 “Boxes With Sound”

This new sculpture by Gordon Bradt is displayed in his home in Arkansas.