"Elephant ivory is coveted by humans.
The large tusks on either side of the elephant’s face—used to forage for food and water—have long been desired by people. Poachers kill elephants for their ivory, which is then sold and made into anything from jewelry to religious objects. At current poaching rates, elephant populations may not survive 10 years in the wild." (*AWF)
Material: Original painting, painted with enamel, acrylic, and mica on an unstretched and primed cotton canvas.
Canvas size: 52" x 69" (132cm x 175 cm)
Stretchable size : approx. 48" x 65" (122 cm x 165 cm)
Colors: White, black, and gold
Painting arrives unstretched and rolled in a protected tube. Canvas retains shape and reforms to original/flat state, once stretched on a stretcher bar.
Painting displays beautifully stretched, either framed or unframed.