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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 is a composition depicting a scene of traditional Russian hunting - the 2 borzoi dogs, a breed that is traditionally Russian and which name at once arouses our associations with Russia, are chasing a fox. The borzois and the fox are caught in motion, between one movement and the next; and the artist made every effort to convey the sense of speed, tension, exhilaration and excitement of the chase, the grace of the borzois and the agility of a little fox.    
This is a composition depicting a sudden encounter of a huge bear and a boisterous and bold Laika (Russo-European Laika, a "barking" dog), one of the favourite hunting breeds with Russian hunters.    
This is a composition depicting a bear and two wolves' interaction. Wolves and bears can coexist peacefully, they often avoid each other but their interactions can be quite violent when, for instance, they fight over animal carcasses or when a bear gets too close to the wolves' den and they may attack. Let's leave it to the viewer's imagination why the fight depicted in this carving is happening......    
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.  
This is the composition with a prowling wolf as its center. The figure of the animal is sculptured in wood whereas the background of the forest is carved into the moose antler with some details painted on it.