Bronze Sculpture by Robert Deurloo

"Boss Hawg" by Robert Deurloo

Robert Deurloo's work is known for his distinctive patinas and easily recognizable. He was the featured sculptor at the National Zoological Society in Washington D.C. Awards include “Best Sculptor” in the Collector’s Society Show in Minneapolis, “Best Of Class” at the National Wildlife Art Show in Kansas City, The Knox Gallery Award at the North American Sculpture Exhibition, and “Best Wildlife” in the Saratoga Art Show. His Bison, “Prairie Patriarch”, was acquired by the Smithsonian Institution for their permanent collection in the National Museum of American Art in Washington D.C.

His exquisite Bronze sculpture is finished in exotic polished stone patinas. A self taught artist, his style blooms from within, rather than forged by external teachings. He has learned over his 30 year career that capturing every detail in a sculpture can actually detract from a piece. An exquisite form, combined with a little mystery, will not only capture the spirit of the animal, but will allow a viewer to ring their own experiences to play in the appreciation of his works of art.

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"King Thunder" the Bison

This bronze sculpture of the magnificent buffalo is the artist’s tribute to the former rulers of the prairies.

"King Thunder" the Bison

"El Toro" the Bull

Fighting bull full of danger and so powerful, he is filled with aggression and intends to win the battle.

"El Toro" the Bull

"Boss Hawg" the Wild Boar

With definite attitude and self-assurance this striking warthog will not go unnoticed!

"Boss Hawg" the Wild Boar

"Call of the Wild" the Wolf

A solitary wolf howls in the night, sociable by nature he is hopeful the call will be answered by another and perhaps a new pack will be formed.

"Call of the Wild" the Wolf

"Meadow Marauder" the Moose

Sometimes appearing slow and lumbering the moose is also quite powerful and graceful when on the move.

"Meadow Marauder" the Moose

"Spooked" the Elk Bull & Cow

A noise or scent has captured the attention of this bull and cow elk, they’ll remain alert and ready to run at a moments notice.

"Spooked" the Elk Bull & Cow

"Mountain Monarch" the Bull Elk

The Bull Elk, strong, graceful and noble.

"Mountain Monarch" the Bull Elk

 

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