ELEPHANT ART SHOP - Artist: Samantha Taylor
Watercolor paintings, greetings cards, prints and T-Shirts for sale
A native of London, I grew up in Kenya, East Africa. My passion for Africa, it’s people and wildlife inspires me to illustrate the spirit of the continent and prosperity for all including mitigating the ongoing destruction of the magnificent elephant species. Elephant Art Shop advocates support for and raises awareness about a broad range of causes including poverty, empowering women and girls, youth education, wildlife preservation, arts and culture. 10 percent of sales proceeds are donated to selected NGOs and customized pieces are created/donated for charity auctions.
Samantha Taylor donates 10 percent of sales proceeds from her art work/greetings cards to NGOs focussed on improving the lives of women and children, wildlife and environmental conservation.
For further information about greetings cards, to purchase T-shirts, paintings and/or customized pieces, please contact Samantha at:
email@example.com - (917) 647-4787
Art collection inventory and pricing on request
Upcoming Shows and Events featuring Artist, Samantha Taylor:
February 2, West Elm: POP-UP Shop Chelsea
May 25-27, 2019 - Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Crafts Fair - Memorial Day Weekend Show
Past Shows and Events featuring Artist: Samantha Taylor:
November 17, 2018: West Elm: POP-UP Shop Dumbo
December 7, 2018: 5by7 Show Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild - Preview Party: 5-7 pm. Sales to benefit arts programming
December 8, 2018: WAAM - Woodstock Artists Association & Museum - Members Holiday Show - Opening Reception: 4-6pm
October 5-9, 2018: EILEEN FISHER Store, East Hampton - Hamptons International Film Festival
The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust embraces all measures that compliment the conservation, preservation and protection of wildlife. These include anti-poaching, safe guarding the natural environment, enhancing community awareness, addressing animal welfare issues, providing veterinary assistance to animals in need, rescuing and hand rearing elephant and rhino orphans, along with other species that can ultimately enjoy a quality of life in wild terms when grown.