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Nua Oon Female 15yrs Nua Oon Female 15yrs

Nua Oon is an endangered Asian elephant who was born on June 12, 2004. She was 15 yrs old when she painted this picture. This scene of two elephants, a tree, and the sun is her thing, and she loves to paint it.

Throughout history, elephants have been revered by the Thai people and remain a permanent symbol of their culture. The Asian elephant population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and agricultural mechanization. Regrettably, these beautiful animals are now on the endangered species list. As we learned from the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, an immediate and honest conservation effort must be made to defend the Asian elephant against its extinction.


Kindness forward: The royal Thai Elephant Conservation Center receives 50% of the profit

Our Price: $280.00
Aleena Female 14yrs Aleena Female 14yrs

Aleena is an endangered Asian elephant who was born on May 6, 2004. She was 14 yrs old when she painted this picture, and she loves to paint many different pictures of flowers. Aleena is the royal elephant of the Princess of Thailand, Her Royal Highness Princess Galyani Vadhana. She and the princess share the same birthday.

Throughout history, elephants have been revered by the Thai people and remain a permanent symbol of their culture. The Asian elephant population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and agricultural mechanization. Regrettably, these beautiful animals are now on the endangered species list. As we learned from the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, an immediate and honest conservation effort must be made to defend the Asian elephant against its extinction.


Kindness forward: The royal Thai Elephant Conservation Center receives 50% of the profit

Our Price: $280.00
Aleena Female 16yrs Aleena Female 16yrs

Aleena is an endangered Asian elephant who was born on May 6, 2004. She was 16 yrs old when she painted this picture. Aleena is the royal elephant of the Princess of Thailand, Her Royal Highness Princess Galyani Vadhana. She and the princess share the same birthday. Aleena loves to paint flowers.

Throughout history, elephants have been revered by the Thai people and remain a permanent symbol of their culture. The Asian elephant population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and agricultural mechanization. Regrettably, these beautiful animals are now on the endangered species list. As we learned from the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, an immediate and honest conservation effort must be made to defend the Asian elephant against its extinction.


Kindness forward: The royal Thai Elephant Conservation Center receives 50% of the profit

Our Price: $280.00
Baitong Female 11yrs Baitong Female 11yrs

Baitong is an endangered Asian elephant who was born in 2009. She was 11 yrs old when she painted this picture. She arrived at the Thai Elephant Conservation Center on June 9, 2010 when she was just one year old. We love her ideas and painting style.

Throughout history, elephants have been revered by the Thai people and remain a permanent symbol of their culture. The Asian elephant population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and agricultural mechanization. Regrettably, these beautiful animals are now on the endangered species list. As we learned from the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, an immediate and honest conservation effort must be made to defend the Asian elephant against its extinction.


Kindness forward: The royal Thai Elephant Conservation Center receives 50% of the profit

Our Price: $280.00
Nammoey Female 11yrs Nammoey Female 11yrs

Nammoey is an endangered Asian elephant who was born in 2009. She was 11 yrs old when she painted this picture. She was rescued from elephant traffickers when she was just one year old. Because she was found on the banks of the Moey river, they named her Nammoey. We love her beautifully accented flowers.

Throughout history, elephants have been revered by the Thai people and remain a permanent symbol of their culture. The Asian elephant population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and agricultural mechanization. Regrettably, these beautiful animals are now on the endangered species list. As we learned from the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, an immediate and honest conservation effort must be made to defend the Asian elephant against its extinction.

Kindness forward: The royal Thai Elephant Conservation Center receives 50% of the profit

Our Price: $280.00
Prathomsompob (AI) Male 4yrs Prathomsompob (AI) Male 4yrs

Prathomsompob (Difficult to say? Try saying his name in Thai:) is an endangered Asian elephant who was born in 2007. He was 4 yrs old when he painted this picture. He is the first elephant in Asia and the second in the world to be conceived by artificial insemination, hence his nickname. Prathomsompob (which translates to "Genesis") was named by His Royal Majesty King Rama IX. Be amazed by the complexity of AI's flowers.

Throughout history, elephants have been revered by the Thai people and remain a permanent symbol of their culture. The Asian elephant population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and agricultural mechanization. Regrettably, these beautiful animals are now on the endangered species list. As we learned from the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, an immediate and honest conservation effort must be made to defend the Asian elephant against its extinction.

Kindness forward: The royal Thai Elephant Conservation Center receives 50% of the profit

Our Price: $280.00
Wanalee Female 22yrs Wanalee Female 22yrs

Wanalee is an endangered Asian elephant who was born in 1998. She was 22 yrs old when she painted this picture. She is the royal elephant of the Princess of Thailand, Her Royal Highness Princess Galyani Vadhana. Looking at her painting, we're sure Wanalee used to animate for Dr Seuss.

Throughout history, elephants have been revered by the Thai people and remain a permanent symbol of their culture. The Asian elephant population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and agricultural mechanization. Regrettably, these beautiful animals are now on the endangered species list. As we learned from the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, an immediate and honest conservation effort must be made to defend the Asian elephant against its extinction.

Kindness forward: The royal Thai Elephant Conservation Center receives 50% of the profit

Our Price: $280.00
Nua Oon Female 16yrs Nua Oon Female 16yrs

Nua Oon is an endangered Asian elephant who was born on June 12, 2004. She was 16 yrs old when she painted this picture. This scene of two elephants, a tree, and the sun is her thing. She loves to paint it. As you can see, this is an interesting variation of Nua Oon 15yrs.

Throughout history, elephants have been revered by the Thai people and remain a permanent symbol of their culture. The Asian elephant population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and agricultural mechanization. Regrettably, these beautiful animals are now on the endangered species list. As we learned from the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, an immediate and honest conservation effort must be made to defend the Asian elephant against its extinction.


Kindness forward: The royal Thai Elephant Conservation Center receives 50% of the profit

Our Price: $280.00
Phu Parn Male 14yrs Phu Parn Male 14yrs

Phu Parn is an endangered Asian elephant who was born in 2005. He was 14 yrs old when he painted this picture. He was adopted by the Thai Elephant Conservation Center on November 11, 2008. Notice the stunning complexity of his flowers.

Throughout history, elephants have been revered by the Thai people and remain a permanent symbol of their culture. The Asian elephant population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and agricultural mechanization. Regrettably, these beautiful animals are now on the endangered species list. As we learned from the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, an immediate and honest conservation effort must be made to defend the Asian elephant against its extinction.


Kindness forward: The royal Thai Elephant Conservation Center receives 50% of the profit

Our Price: $280.00
Sing Ha Male 8yrs Sing Ha Male 8yrs

Sing Ha is an endangered Asian elephant who was born on April 5, 2011. He was 8 yrs old when he painted this picture, and he is highly intelligent. While painting, he uses different pressures, making some lines airy and thin and others dark and bold.

Throughout history, elephants have been revered by the Thai people and remain a permanent symbol of their culture. The Asian elephant population has significantly declined due to habitat loss and agricultural mechanization. Regrettably, these beautiful animals are now on the endangered species list. As we learned from the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, an immediate and honest conservation effort must be made to defend the Asian elephant against its extinction.

Kindness forward: The royal Thai Elephant Conservation Center receives 50% of the profit

Our Price: $280.00