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Jan13

National Museums of Kenya hosts 'Room for Giants', a unique wildlife art exhibition

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National Museums of Kenya hosts 'Room for Giants', a unique wildlife art exhibition

A wildlife art exhibition dubbed 'ROOM FOR GIANTS: Art for Change' is currently hosted at the National Museum of Kenya in Nairobi. ROOM FOR GIANTS is a creative and artistic initiative aims to facilitate and enhance wildlife conservation and awareness, while nurturing young budding artists. The project is an initiative of Wild Life Africa, a young NGO and youth conservation movement.

Jul10

Into the Wild

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A residency at a remote animal refuge in Bolivia

Into the Wild

Into the Wild is a unique project that will send me, as an artist, to the Amazon basin in Bolivia to a crucial refuge that cares for indigenous animals that have been trafficked or captured.

Jul05

Interview with Biro Artist Niki Firmin

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Interview with Biro Artist Niki Firmin

Artist Niki Firmin creates wildlife biro pen art & animal biro pen art for wildlife conservation. This time she created a new Cross River Gorilla portrait; an intimate image which capture the essence of a young baby gorilla in her signature style. The painting is called 'Hanging On' referring to the young gorilla hanging on to its mother, and to survival ... 

Sep05

The Making of a Painting

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Creating Raising a Little Dust

The Making of a Painting

Many people have asked how this painting was created so I have jotted down some notes in a type of demo form to walk through the painting process. This is very brief. If you would like to know more, please feel free to contact me.

Feb26

Daniel Taylor teams up with Steve Boyes of the Cape Parrot Project

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Daniel Taylor teams up with Steve Boyes of the Cape Parrot Project

Daniel Taylor teamed up with Steve Boyes to create a unique, high-realism painting of the Cape Parrot to promote the work of the Cape Parrot Project and help raise much needed funds.  This beautiful bird needs protection and your help to secure its home, and its future, before it is too late.

Aug20

Cross River Gorilla Painting in Progress

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Cross River Gorilla Painting in Progress

View the step-by-step creation of the first ever painting of a Cross River Gorilla by Daniel Taylor. This piece was inspired by the Artists for Conservation Flag Expedition to the remote Highlands of South West Cameroon.

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.

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."

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ArtSavingWildlife is a project of the African Conservation Foundation

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