The Mighty Elephant

“The Mighty Elephant” was SOLD to an Art Collector from California. This was a custom commissioned artwork created with Acrylics and Ink on Canvas.

This painting is a celebration of one of the most magnificent animals on earth. The pachyderm is strong and mighty and jumps off the canvas evoking cheerful emotions with eye catching colors.

To order a personalized work of art, please contact the artist:


This Elephant Painting is Available as Prints from Fine Art America

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