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Los Angeles Times; 3/9/11
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/unleashed/2011/03/dio-elephants.html

Elephants Making Art, Green Muze; 1/19/09 http://www.greenmuze.com/animals/wild/744

REAL TRUNK SHOW, New York Post; 10/16/08

Lauren Bush Honored For FEED Charity at Elephant Art Fashion Show; Ecorazzi; 10/21/08

Elephant Art Trunk Show Paints the Town Red; The Huffington Post; 11/3/08

Photos from Event; Wire Images; 10/18/08

Photos from Event; Getty Images; 10/18/09

Elephant Art Fashion Show; Good Day New York; Fox News 5; 10/16/08

The Trunk Show; Corduroy Magazine; 10/24/08

Wild Style; Wunderbloc New York; 10/08/08

Animal Minds; To the Best of Our Knowledge; Wisconsin Public Radio; 7/13/08

Elephant Art, An Elephant Paints a Remarkable Self-Portrait; Anderson Cooper 360; CNN News; 4/3/08

Amazing Elephant Video; Treehugger; 6/11/08

Phnom Penh's totem elephant – Sambo – survives; The Christian Science Monitor; 4/9/08

Elephant Painting; Snopes.com; 4/3/08

Prelates and Rappers Strike a Pose; The New York Times; 3/9/08

Elephant Self-Awareness Mirrors Humans; Live Science; 10/30/06

An Elephant Crackup?; The New York Times; 10/8/06
This article is posted here.

Do Animals Have an Aesthetic Sense?; Cerebrum; 10/1/06

Agence France-Presse
Taiwan: World's Oldest Elephant, 86, is Dead
The oldest elephant ever known died in a zoo in Taiwan at the age of 86, officials said.  The elephant, Lin Wang, originally from Myanmar, was found collapsed at Taipei's Mucha Zoo.  Vets had recently expressed concern about his fading health.  Workers at the zoo held a minute of silence in memory of the elephant, who was captured in 1943 by the Nationalist army from the Japanese troops in Myanmar, which was called Burma at the time.  He was transported to Taiwan in 1947


Critter Creations; The Virginian Pilot; 8-11-07

Elephant Art; The Virginia Gazette; 8-4-07

Elephant Art; Williamsburg Magazine; September 2007

Review of ‘Pachyderm Painters’ in Williamsburg; The Virginia Pilot; 8-30-07

Arty Animals; The Washington Post; 5-8-07

Elephants Can Paint Too! - New York Times Book Review - Children's Books; Sunday, December 18, 2005

Komar and Melamid Multitasking with talented Pachyderm painters -The Japan Times - Weekend Scene
October 31 - November 6, 2003

Read about Anchalee Kalmapijit of the Maesa Elephant Camp, Thailand

Komar & Melamid: Desperately Seeking a Masterpiece - Exhibit Oct. 24 to Dec. 14, 2003, Kawamura Memorial Museum of Art in Japan

Trunkful of Art at Cal exhibition. March 29, 2002.

Elephant Art at Berkeley March 25, 2002. Elephant art project artists spend semester at Berkeley.

Elephant Art on 60 Minutes February 14, 2002. Bob Simon's report on the painting pachyderms of Thailand broadcast on 60 Minutes, Sunday, Feb. 17, 2002.

World Wide Fund: When Elephants Paint June 2001. World Wide Fund For Nature was main beneficiary from an online auction of artworks painted by elephants on display at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art.

Why Do Elephants Paint? March 23, 2000. Salon.com

Elephants' artwork: Raising Cash and Eyebrows March 22, 2000, CNN.com.

Press release November 16, 2000. The AEACP celebrates the publication of When Elephants Paint.

Press release July 27, 1999. The AEACP visits Bali, Indonesia.

Press release June 9, 1999. Elephant paintings featured in Venice Biennale.

Press release September 28, 1998. The opening of the first elephant art academy

A Report on Painting Elephants
Art historian Mia Fineman shares her first hand experiences of watching elephants paint.

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