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Jun01

2009 UN Year of the Gorilla

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The UNEP Convention on Migratory Species (CMS), the UNEP/UNESCO Great Ape Survival Partnership (GRASP) and the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) have joined hands to declare 2009 the Year of the Gorilla (YoG).

May29

JWC Wildlife Fine Art Exhibition

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May 2009 - Wildlife Fine Art Exhibition 2009 in Japan ~ For the future of Wildlife, Japan Wildlife Center (JWC) - Exhibit and sale of Daniel Taylor's endangered species prints at Machida City Museum of Graphic Art (Tokyo), the oldest Graphic Arts Museum in Japan.

Sep15

World premiere of a high-realist portrait of the Cross River Gorilla

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World premiere of a high-realist portrait of the Cross River Gorilla

Vancouver, BC, Canada - The first ever painting of a Cross River gorilla, Africa's most endangered primate, will be unveiled to the public for the first time on 19 October 2008, at the Mountain View Conservation and Breeding Centre, in Langley, BC, Canada.

Jul22

Cross River Gorillas: Who Will Save Them?

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Cross River Gorillas: Who Will Save Them?

The gorilla stares out searchingly, a slight quiver on its lip, as it folds its fingers and holds its own hands. The image is strikingly real. But it's also a painting. Coquitlam resident Daniel Taylor worked for months, painstakingly recreating the critically threatened primate he encountered in Cameroon last year.

Feb07

New The Mountain t-shirt collection features Gorilla

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New The Mountain t-shirt collection features Gorilla

We are very pleased to let you know that The Mountain has introduced a new t-shirt with 'our' Mountain gorilla in an awesome new design!

Looking for a special gift for that special someone? How about getting a gift that gives back by helping to protect endangered animals? WildArtAfrica introduces "In the mist", an exclusive T-shirt that benefits gorillas in Africa. The t-shirt's design is based on the painting of a mountain gorilla created by Daniel Taylor.

Oct26

Canadian artist Daniel Taylor is travelling to Africa

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Canadian artist Daniel Taylor is travelling to Africa

As Daniel and Ginette Taylor pack their bags for a month-long trek through western Cameroon, they're doing their best to prepare for the unpredictable.

The Coquitlam couple will leave B.C.'s cold, wet fall behind for the stifling heat and humidity of the tropical jungle as they search for the Cross River gorilla. With fewer than 300 living in the wild, it's the most endangered of all the gorillas, hemmed in by farmland and hunted by poachers.

Sep29

Canada's first Rock & Roll DJ supports projects in Africa

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Canada's first Rock & Roll DJ supports projects in Africa

Arusha, Tanzania - The African Conservation Foundation (ACF) is proud to announce its newest supporter, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame DJ Red Robinson. Robinson is a living legend in the entertainment world, famous for his interviews and shows with celebrities from Elvis and Ray Charles to the Beatles.

"The drive behind the partnership of the ArtSavingWildlife project and Red Robinson has been artist Daniel Taylor", said ACF Director Arend de Haas. "Daniel has known Red since the 1970's and they have both a long-standing interest in conservation and helping kids."

Jun01

Award-Winning Artist Paints for Wildlife and Children

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Award-Winning Artist Paints for Wildlife and Children

Arusha, Tanzania - The African Conservation Foundation (ACF) is announcing a unique fundraising campaign with award-winning Canadian painter, Daniel Taylor. The ArtSavingWildlife project is a partnership to create artwork for wildlife conservation and for educating school children in Africa.

Taylor is a world famous painter. He transforms an original portrait into his signature style known as high realism art. High realism is the realist and natural representation of life in a work of art.

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