Devin Rowe's Bronzes, Inc. creating limited edition bronze sculptures of a variety of wildlife, subjects including big game, canines, birds, and marine life.

Bronze sculptor Devin Rowe with his true to life mule deer bronze sculptures.
Devin Rowe, bronze sculpture artist, with his true to life mule deer bronzes.
Photo by Bob Ross, near Bend, Oregon.

Deep understanding and appreciation of nature comes from Devin Rowe having spent his life hunting, fishing and studying wildlife. Devin graduated from Oregon State University in 1992 with a degree in art. This strong background of knowledge and artistic insights of nature are infused into his bronzes that are rich with timeless beauty, strength and life-like personality.

As a fishing guide for several months each summer at Waterfall Resort in Alaska, he studies the abundant wildlife of the area. Many of his bronze sculptures are on display there. Additional works are also on display at the Alaska Raptor Center in Sitka, Alaska.

Devin Rowe was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and currently resides in Oregon's Willamette Valley with his wife and two daughters.

 

Devin and Senator Kit Bond with the bronze sculpture "The Hideout: Eagle"
Devin with Missouri Senator Kit Bond during the Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Auction in Alaska. Devin's artwork has raised thousands of dollars for The Breast Cancer Detection Center.
Pictured bronze "The Hideout: Eagle" A Thank You letter from Frank H. Murkowski, Governor of Alaska

The artist is a supporter of Dallas Safari Club, Ducks Unlimited, Safari Club International, Wild Sheep Foundation, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, and the Alaska Raptor Center. Many of his sculptures have been auctioned to help support these and other wildlife organizations.

Devin Rowe's Bronzes can be found on display in corporate offices, organization headquarters and private collections throughout the world. Some of these locations include: Hong Kong, Sidney Australia, Miami Florida, Hamburg Germany and Switzerland, Japan, Mexico, Canada and Russia.

These bronzes are as timeless as the bronze from which they are made. His true to life sculptures continue to impress critics and collectors throughout the world.

Devin presents a bronze sculpture of an eagle, "Quest", to President Bush.
26 April 2004: Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastert, together with Lisa and Devin Rowe in the White House Oval Office, watch President Bush's reactions to the bronze "Quest" bald eagle that Devin presented to the president.
Photo by Eric Draper.

Devin presents a bronze sculpture of an elk, "Late September", to Chuck Yeager]
Brigadier General Chuck Yeager receives the bronze "Late September" from Devin.

Past University of Oregon Coaches, Mel Krause and Don Kirsch.  These monuments were installed at the University of Oregon baseball field, PK Park, in March of 2012.
Past University of Oregon Coaches, Mel Krause and Don Kirsch. These monuments were installed at the University of Oregon baseball field, PK Park, in March of 2012.