Elephant paintings of Chiang Mai, Thailand
We are able to manage the entire process from the paint color mixing, to the type of paper used, the choice of artist and supervision of the painting itself, and finally to the packaging and shipping.
Thai leather carvings of culture, traditions,
and of course elephants.
More great creations from elephantpaintings4you.com include elephant leather carvings from Phuket, Thailand. Customize your own design or choose from our originals that suit your taste.
Batik paintings by Sada, from Langkawi, Malaysia.
Exclusive, one of a kind, hand picked Batik paintings by Sada done on silk and cotton materials that look beautiful. These paintings are sure to add a wonderful addition to your home or office.
Elephant paintings from Chiang Mai, Thailand
Based in Langkawi Malaysia, we are a unique online art gallery offering affordable art for sale from Southeast Asia. These mid career and emerging "artists" are Elephants. The Elephant is handed a brush and does all the painting. Our paintings are carefully selected from each "artist" so you can purchase each painting with confidence. Our elephant paintings, elephant carvings, and batik paintings look great in any home or office. They are absolutely beautiful and are a great conversation starter.
Elephant Paintings from the THAI ELEPHANT CONSERVATION CENTER Under Royal Patronage
The Elephant Rescue Unit is a travelling team that can instantly be sent to aid distressed elephants, most especially to capture escaped and dangerous bull elephants in the Bush.
Pang la Sanctuary is a nearby facility caring for 32 elephants unfit for even the lightest work. A few elephants are simply old and retired; but most are either crippled, drug addicted, blind, or even just exceedingly dangerous.
An Elephant Care Manual, the world's first to be written for Mahouts in their native language, has done much to improve the quality of care given to elephants in the field. Internationally acclaimed, the manual has been translated into English, Laotian, and Japanese.
THAI ELEPHANT CENTER (TECC)
The Above was founded in 1993 under
Royal Patronage and cares for more than 50 Asian Elephants in a beautiful forest conveniently located near the famous old city of Chiang Mai.
The TECC also proudly houses six of HM King Bhumibol's ten white elephants in the Royal Elephant Stables.
As Thailand's only government-owned elephant camp, the TECC promotes affordability and accessibility in a beautiful forest setting with lakes, flowers, and hardwood trees.
Active in Conservation, the TECC operates an onsite Hospital and manages Thailand's first mobile clinic, treating needy elephants free of charge. The TECC has an excellent natural breeding rate, usually producing at least two baby elephants a year.
The TECC has also done cutting-edge research in science, especially in reproduction and artificial insemination as well as major studies in the bio mechanics of how elephants move (locomotion).
The TECC was the first place in Thailand where elephants learned painting. It is also the home of the internationally famous Thai Elephant Orchestra.
The TECC is operated by the Forest Industry Organization, a State Enterprise of the government of Thailand. It houses the National Elephant Institute of Thailand, a center
of learning which shares its vast library and trained specialists with other agencies and organizations working to help the country's 2,700 domesticated elephants.