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 This composition represents a hunting scene. It is one of the first carvings of the master. The technique used is relief carving (the moose antler).


This composition of a wood grouse and a dog (laika) carved on a moose antler is an example of mixed carving technique. The figure of the wood grouse stands out carved in the antler and the figure of the dog is an additional element, a sculpture carved in wood.


The Three Howling Wolves....The center of this composition are three holwling wolves, 2 mature wolves and a cub, they are placed against the background of an evening moon lit sky and amid the bushes.

These animals never stop provoking my adoration and desire to get to know them closer and better.

I can't but remember and mention Never Cry Wolf, a book by Farley Mowat which is a real eye-opener on Wolves for us.


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