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Stone carving artwork “Dachshund”

17.01.2002 | Artworks

Stone carving artwork Dachshund by hardstone carver Dmitriy Emelyanenko
Stone carving artwork Dachshund by hardstone carver Dmitriy Emelyanenko

Stone carving artwork «Dachshund» created in animalistics genre by artist Dmitriy Emelyanenko. Dog is made of Shokshen quartzite. Dog-collar made of silver.

In this artwork for the first time the unique “technology of the volume of the living eye” invented by Dmitriy Emelyanenko was applied. Because of this proprietary technology, the eyes look alive.

Eyes made of natural stones: rock crystal, tiger’s eye and dolerite.

This work is mentioned by art critic Valentin Skurlov in his article on the creativity of Dmitriy.

Artwork was created in 2002.

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