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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 composition in which separate sculptures of the animals (the whole or a part of the body) are used has the effect of space and movement. The boar and the dogs are carved of wood and are fixed onto the moose antler which is carved as a wood background.
 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).
The sculptures of the animals (wood) in this composition of a forest-meeting scene are placed against the background of a big tree trunk the texture of which is also a special focus of the master's carving.
In this interpretation of a moose fight during rutting season the master applies relief carving and burning. The combination of techniques helps to achieve more expression and natural colour reproduction.
The composition is not complex, however, it represents a scene treated by many men of word and fine arts - a howling wolf. Here relief carving is applied and the background - of a tree and a night sky with a bright moon standing high behind the tree branches - is made with the help of toning.
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.