Bronzes by Robert Deurloo"
7" High Bronze
saw this scene in Amboseli National Park at the base of Mt.
Kilimanjaro in Kenya.
A herd of about 50 elephants crossed the trail in front of us.
It was a dramatic setting with the sun on the elephants and a
dark sky behind.
As they filed past us in their social procession, I observed a
baby clinging to his mother’s tail, and having to run to keep up.
We are different from our animal brethren, but similar in so
14" High Bronze
This bronze of a leopard
chasing two impalas captures the drama and action of the daily fight
for survival on the Serengeti. It is finished in a tawny brown
natural patina, and is mounted on a beautiful black marble base
giraffes, and so must many other people due to the popularity of my
other giraffe sculptures. This
is my first “giraffe family”.
The title of this piece derives from the fact that we all
know---- it takes two to make three! The
patina on this piece is a beautiful translucent, iridescent bronze
with black and cream colored patterns.
It is very classy.