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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.

 

 

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This composition was made applying the technique of relief carving and cut carving. The dimentional effect is achieved thanks to the figures of the animals which are made of wood as separate sculptures.

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This is a composition with quite lyrical atmosphere about it - a fawn is represented stading calmly against the background of a winter forest.

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