Amboseli Art

By purchasing any items in this section you are directly contributing towards the conservation of Amboseli and the elephants because 100% of these donations support our operational costs. We are entirely reliant on donations, so your purchase is both beautiful and functional!

Karen Laurence Rowe

Karen Laurence-Rowe has become one of Kenya's leading wildlife artists. Her variety of styles and subject matter give her work a wide appeal and contribute to her fast growing success as an award-winning artist. Karen has generously donated four beautiful pencil sketches of Amboseli elephants. To order your print please either download and complete an order form, and return it to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or email us with all the information on the form.

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Astrid & Abebe; Astrid's beautiful tail guides her newborn daughter Abebe into the Enkongu Narok swamp in Amboseli National Park    

Astrid & Abebe; Astrid's beautiful tail guides her newborn daughter

Abebe into the Enkongu Narok swamp in Amboseli National ParkEbelle; Cheeky little Ebelle is Elspeth's daughter and a great favourite with the research team. Here she is in the Ol Tukai Orok palms where the ATE research camp is based.

Ebelle; Cheeky little Ebelle is Elspeth's daughter and a great favourite with the research team.

Here she is in the Ol Tukai Orok palms where the ATE research camp is based.

Flossy & Flint; Tiny newborn Flint shelters under his mother and enjoys a tender caress.

Flossy & Flint; Tiny newborn Flint shelters under his mother and enjoys a tender caress.

 

Irina; Feisty little Irina is Ipii's daughter and full of personality, often play charging the research car.

Irina; Feisty little Irina is Ipii's daughter and full of personality,

often play charging the research car.



“Elephants form deep bonds with each other, which last for decades. Elephant survival is strongly affected by access to the social and ecological knowledge that older elephants hold; where to go, what to eat, how to avoid danger.”
- Dr. Cynthia Moss