Ant Discovers Pancakes!, Original Watercolor Painting by Addison: ACEO Original Foodie Watercolor Painting
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Ant Discovers Pancakes!, Original Watercolor Painting by Addison: ACEO Original Foodie Watercolor Painting

Artist: Addison Size: 2.5 X 3.5 ACEO Medium: Watercolor Colors: Two golden brown pancakes with buttermilk yellow edges topped with honey brown syrup and melting yellow butter attracting the likes of a large, black-eyed, red ant! Featuring: A stack of pancakes with glistening maple syrup and a dollop of butter, discovered by an ant! Title: Ant Discovers … Continue reading »

“Big Tusker” Remembered For His Protected Status Continues to Symbolize Kenya’s Fight Against Poaching To This Day
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“Big Tusker” Remembered For His Protected Status Continues to Symbolize Kenya’s Fight Against Poaching To This Day

Ahmed the elephant has held a special place in the hearts of those who love elephants, and Kenyans who have known of his legacy as one of the most iconic tuskers who ever roamed the wilds of Africa.  What made him unique was his protected status by a President who recognized his value to a … Continue reading »

The Year Ahmed the Elephant Was Greened Up For Saint Patrick’s Day
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The Year Ahmed the Elephant Was Greened Up For Saint Patrick’s Day

Ireland has long held a tradition that, on St. Patrick’s Day, in celebration of their global presence and friendships with other nations they take part in the “greening of an iconic structure” (1) within that nation to symbolize their unique bond.  In 2016, in Kenya, the sculpture of Ahmed the Elephant was one of those … Continue reading »

World Wildlife Day 2024 : Digital Innovations Give Our Elephants a Chance to Live
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World Wildlife Day 2024 : Digital Innovations Give Our Elephants a Chance to Live

Dear Elephants: World Wildlife Day 2024 is upon us once again. This year’s theme is  “Connecting People and Planet: Exploring Digital Innovation in Wildlife Conservation”.  Our commitment is forever to you, our elephants.    There have been advancements in elephant conservation due to the use of drones which locate poachers intent on annihilating you, our … Continue reading »

Ketchup, Original Watercolor Painting by Addison: ACEO Original Pop Art Watercolor Painting
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Ketchup, Original Watercolor Painting by Addison: ACEO Original Pop Art Watercolor Painting

Artist: Addison Size: 2.5 X 3.5 ACEO Medium: Watercolor Colors: White condiment packet, tinged with black dirt marks, oozing red ketchup against a baby blue background, featuring a decorative Heinz Ketchup bottle with green, red & black lettering.   Featuring: Stepped on/smashed Heinz condiment packet oozing ketchup Title: Ketchup, Original Watercolor Painting by Addison: ACEO Original Pop … Continue reading »

Bani Begins Her “Long Road to Recovery” at Wildlife SOS Elephant Hospital After Being Hit By Speeding Train as Baby Elephant “Shows Her Determination to Live”
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Bani Begins Her “Long Road to Recovery” at Wildlife SOS Elephant Hospital After Being Hit By Speeding Train as Baby Elephant “Shows Her Determination to Live”

Doctors at the Wildlife SOS Elephant Hospital have been cautiously optimistic about baby elephant Bani’s recovery after she was hit by a speeding train. Over the past few days Bani has shown progress by: Standing With Assistance in a Sling   “she’s been working up to 40 minutes of standing, then given ample time to rest”. … Continue reading »

Sign Wildlife SOS Petition to “PROTECT ELEPHANTS FROM SPEEDING TRAINS” to Give Indian elephants the Chance Nine-Month-Old Orphan Bani Didn’t Have
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Sign Wildlife SOS Petition to “PROTECT ELEPHANTS FROM SPEEDING TRAINS” to Give Indian elephants the Chance Nine-Month-Old Orphan Bani Didn’t Have

Wildlife SOS (1) has recently taken a critically injured elephant calf into their care at their Elephant Hospital in northern India.  Little Bani and her mama were struck by a speeding train, traveling through a known elephant corridor, which took the life of the mother elephant. Her baby is now receiving round-the-clock care by a … Continue reading »

“Stink Bug on Odoriferous Limburger Cheese”, Original Watercolor Painting by Addison: ACEO Original Foodie Bug Watercolor Painting
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“Stink Bug on Odoriferous Limburger Cheese”, Original Watercolor Painting by Addison: ACEO Original Foodie Bug Watercolor Painting

Artist: Addison Size: 2.5 X 3.5 ACEO Medium: Watercolor Colors: Green stink bug, with black eyes, crawling (against a coral background) on a triangular slice of creamy white limburger cheese  Featuring: A stink bug discovers “the world’s stinkiest cheese” aka “Birds of a feather flock together.” Title: “Stink Bug on Odoriferous Limburger Cheese”, Original Watercolor Painting by … Continue reading »

Baby Elephants Are Not Unlike Infants as Round-the-Clock Feedings at Reteti Elephant Sanctuary in Africa Attest!
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Baby Elephants Are Not Unlike Infants as Round-the-Clock Feedings at Reteti Elephant Sanctuary in Africa Attest!

At Reteti Elephant Sanctuary the lights (solar powered, that is) are always on in the “milk kitchen” where keepers keep hungry orphaned elephants happy day and night with freshly prepared bottles of nourishing goats milk.  Benefiting both the local community that provides the goats milk (the Samburu people (2) ) and the baby elephants that … Continue reading »

“I’ll Never Let You Go”: Little Lost Elephant Calf Reunited With Its Mother After Three Days Alone in Reserve in India: Snuggles During Nap
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“I’ll Never Let You Go”: Little Lost Elephant Calf Reunited With Its Mother After Three Days Alone in Reserve in India: Snuggles During Nap

After becoming separated from its herd a “four to five months old” (1) elephant calf was recently reunited with its mother as an aerial photograph attests. The touching moment was captured as mama and baby elephant napped and snuggled together after the ordeal as if to say ‘I’ll never let you go” again. This loving … Continue reading »