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Interior

Here are displayed moose antler carvings made by the artist  to be used for interior design. The focus of these compositions is Wild life. All the scenes are the master's own creative design. Different techniques are applied: relief carving, cut carving, burning, etc

This time my carving can be said to take a varied course as the canines have given way to the felines and here is the carving of THE LYNX that appeared from under my carving tool and hands: a lazily stretching big cat with an airy atmosphere about it... Итак, на этот раз я немного сменил направление своей резьбы, и место Псовых на время заняли представители семейства Кошачьих - так появилась эта РЫСЬ, вырезанная в роге лося: лениво потягивающаяся большая кошка, вокруг - атмосфера легкости и воздушности...
This is a mantle clock to decorate your room or study and endow it with a special atmosphere - a calm and dignified wolf is resting on a stone agaisnt a rocky landscape. Materials: moose antler, wood (the sculpture of the wolf, the stone, the standing).   Эти настольные часы украсят вашу комнату или кабинет и создадут в ней особую атмосферу - спокойный и полный достоинства волк отдыхает на огромном валуне на фоне гор. Материалы: рог лося, дерево (скульптура волка, камень, подставка).  
The king of a wolf keeping an eye over his territories... Materials: moose antler, wood (wolf, stone, standing).   И наблюдает волк за всем происходящим вокруг с должным спокойствием и величием.... Материалы: рог лося, дерево (скульптура волка, камень, подставка).
This antler carving would be a little nice detail to the interior, with the bear as the center of the composition. This is a table antler clock to place on a mantelpiece, a shelf or a table.    
This carving depicts the fight between two mighty animals, the bear and the tiger. This is my original interpretation in bone of V.Gorbatov's painting.    
Have you ever had this feeling, this fleeting sensation when wandering in the woods all alone  in fragile autumn silence, or when darkness is gradually falling down and sounds dying away….that now you look up to see in front of you a pair of eyes looking intently right at you, ears alert, the front paw trembling expectantly raised in the air…and the same suddenly the grey image is fading away, blending and merging with the landscape.   This carving is devoted to this grey beholder of the forest, the Wolf.