Elephant Artist

Suda the elephant painting…

Dr. Eowyn, as an animal lover, this post is for you.

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Joseph BC69
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Joseph BC69

I don’t know about the rest of you, but this indicates to me that the intelligence in the Elephant is on the same level as a human. Therefore this animal is a victim of economic slavery, since the income it earns goes to its human, not to it, except perhaps for minimal food.

 
Dr. Eowyn
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So precious!
Suda paints way, way better than “modern art crap” artists!

 
Thaddeus Ramotowski
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Thaddeus Ramotowski

Another reason to vote Republican… Let’s see a jackass do the same thing!!

 
Jackie Puppet
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Jackie Puppet

Simply astonishing!!

 
Anon.
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Anon.

Can a human train an animal to have a vision?

 
Occultology
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Occultology

This brings tears to my eyes! This shows how consciousness is the SAME in all species, and in all life forms. There, but for trunk and tail, go you and I, Suda and Flipper, Lassie and Flicka, Arnold and your favorite pets. It is a beautiful moment, watching Suda’s intelligence – w h i c h w a s a l w a y s t h e r e – flower in front of us, we witness both her evolution (as a spirit, soul, and artist) and in doing so, we, ourselves, elevate and evolve in our own consciousness… Read more »

Dan
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Dan

It’s truly remarkable that the elephants’ art trainers, called mahouts in Thailand, can, so I’ve read, adapt the centuries old Thai method for training elephants, called phajaan, to get them to paint the same painting over and over in shows. There are even human spoilers out there, so I’ve also read, who claim the elephants are constantly manipulated with trunk and ear tugs by the mahouts who control the placement of the brush and nature of the brush stroke off camera. Still, there’s more to admire in the unfathomable majesty of a living elephant’s eye than in any painting.

 
Dan
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Dan

It’s truly remarkable that the elephants’ art trainers, called mahouts in Thailand, can, so I’ve read, adapt the centuries old Thai method for training elephants, called phajaan, to get them to paint the same painting over and over in shows. There are even human spoilers out there, so I’ve also read, who claim the elephants are constantly manipulated with trunk and ear tugs by the mahouts who control the placement of the brush and nature of the brush stroke off camera. Still, there’s more to admire in the unfathomable majesty of a living elephant’s eye than in any painting.