White Elephant Walking In A Mysterious Place

Anne-Elizabeth Whiteway

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Southampton, Ha - United Kingdom

very nice design and an image which is fun, playful and attractive to the eyes! v

Los Angeles, CA - United States

I love this Anne..fun..beautiful. hugs..:)

Ken Day  

Everett, WA - United States

Sweet is her walk through life Anne with her pink nails and graceful eyelashes. All that come to know are better for the knowing. For she stumbles not through life but takes care in every step. Her heart is in the right, for she things of others. F / Vote

Gary, IN - United States

So sweet and lovely ..., feeling delight and happiness.. ...- love this pretty art so much.. :) ! f/v

Glastonbury, So - United Kingdom

Almost anything can appear completely natural in your world Anne-Elizabeth. So your peaceful white elephant with her long eyelashes serenely walking through a mysterious flowering land seems so appropriate here.The way you can tell she is smiling is by looking at how her tail curls so happily behind her ! Sorry I missed this one earlier! v/f

Porterville, CA - United States

Delightful work Anne-Elizabeth, Steven is right............joy and happiness!! F/V!!

Winchester, Ha - United Kingdom

Fantastic joy and happiness :-)) vf

Grand Forks, BC - Canada

Wonderful feeling of love and joy comes from this piece!! Love it! F/V

Uptacamp, Maine - United States

She makes me feel very happy :)) Awesome creation Anne!! V/F

London, mi - United Kingdom

what a sweet little elephant walking great descriptive title really love your style fv

Nottinghamshire, Re - United Kingdom

According to legend, the concept of the white elephant has its roots in Southeast Asia. Historically, Southeast Asians regarded the animal as lucky, because one supposedly appeared to the mother of the Buddha right before his birth to present her with a sacred lotus flower. It represented purity and knowledge, and because these animals were very rare, the sight of one was supposed to be lucky. So with or without ears this is a stunning painting Anne! V/F

Rochester, NY - United States

I love your comical description! nice work!

Pueblo, CO - United States

Another delightful piece....I just love this! v/f

Cuenca, Az - Ecuador

I like it just the way it is too. V/F

Spring Hill, FL - United States

Whimsical and fun - love elephants!!

Port Huron, MI - United States

Beautiful!

Houston, TX - United States

This is just too cute Anne-Elizabeth! Makes me smile! v/f

Swadlincote, De - United Kingdom

Adorable creation dear Anne, well thought up..

Rishikesh, Ut - India

Too good,White Elephant standing out from the frame.Love this Anne.

San Francisco, CA - United States

Wonderful work! v

Toronto, ON - Canada

What a lovely painting this is Anne...she is adorable...and ears are not necessary...it is your vision of the animal..and I love it this way..more gentle and sweet...I would not alter it...love it the way it is...wonderful work of art...whimsical and full of joy! f/v

Smithfield, VA - United States

P.S. I have just noticed this has already been visitied 26 times. It has been here for just a few minutes. Hard to believe, but I guess anything is possible in this big FAA universe we live in. Smiles, Anne

Smithfield, VA - United States

I am saying to myself now: "What happened to her ear(s)?". Was it a visual Freudian slip that I left them out? Am I saying to myself subconciously that she needs peace and quiet for a while? The girl needs ears. So tomorrow, I will remove this image and complete it. Then I will upload it again, finished, with her left ear showing.

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