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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 is a peaceful composition from the life of the bears, these big, fluffy and at the same time moving giants of the forest.

(1940)
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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.

(1727)
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