Abstract sculpture artist Granville Beals was born and raised in Glens Falls, New York. Inspired by dance and weightlessness, Granville Beals' modern industrial metal sculptures are primarily about relationships. The choreography of lines and the dynamics of negative space are elements that inform Beals’ work.
Concerned with form and abstraction, he does not merely manipulate metals to defy the expectation of the medium forms, but explores the relationship between the human figure and the landscape, color and texture, and most importantly between people at an individual and social level. He established innovative ways to push the boundaries of his technique, creating modern abstract geometric designs inspired by contemporary art and architecture as well as organic forms expressing the unique vision for humanity in a modern world.
Beals’ work is held in both private and public collections. His public sculptures can be found in California, New York, and Internationally. His Holocaust Memorial sculpture is permanently installed in Santa Clarita, California.