Peaceful Wooden Puzzles launhed a wonderful selection of high quality wooden jigsaw puzzles featuring African endangered wildlife art crated by artist Daniel Taylor.
In collaboration with the African Conservation Foundation, Daniel Taylor paints highly endangered animals helping to increase international attention and funding towards wildlife preservation. He also instructs both adults and children, worldwide, about the importance of endangered animals and how to preserve them. Daniel mainly formulates this using the arts as an educational 'tool'.
Over several decades Daniel Taylor has been using his arts for many charitable organizations and continues to do so this day. Finding his niche and love of painting wildlife toward international awareness and attention to critically endangered species, as well as to the welfare and education of the children of Africa, Daniel has created numerous paintings toward this cause. Daniel has created (drawings and mascot 'Prof. Warty' ) 3 illustrated books toward the education of school children of Africa, holding workshops on the continent.
His educational work is mediated internationally with the paintings presented in many locations around the world. Daniel's 'flag' species is the little known and yet the most critically endangerd gorilla, the 'Cross River Gorilla' (250-300 alive) His work has been showcased in numerous magazines,art instructional's, television,newspapers and radio interviews. He teaches private art classes from his studio.
Peaceful Wooden Puzzles created 3 different jigsaw puzzles: the Lion, Cheetah and Cross River Gorilla.
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