Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Best Friends Orphans

African elephants are often victims of horrific ivory poaching that traumatizes and orphans baby elephants.  Youngsters who are lucky enough to be rescued....will respond to human care and rehabilitation. 

Best Friends Orphans (18x36 gallery wrap) is a group of rescued baby elephants 
who have become a close family unit. 

I will personally donate 10% of proceeds from sale of this original painting to
The David Sheldrick Elephant Orphan's Project.  
Please consider making a donation to this organization!    
For more information about orphaned elephants: 
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Elephant Orphan's Project


  1. Elephants! Baby elephants! It is certainly a horror what humans do to this most intelligent, majestic and strong bond-forming of species. The pink-orange-yellow is so pretty! I love the addition of the beach ball too. Adorable!

    1. THanks Cindy....tis so sad....there's some heartbreaking stories about how these little babies react to the trauma. Some day I hope to travel to Kenya to see them for real!

  2. Wonderful painting and a wonderful cause :)

  3. Gorgeous colors... you've so wonderfully captured the majesty of these elephants!