One Word Photo Challenge: Elephant Art

Most of the elephant art I’ve encountered has been in Asia where elephants have been part of daily life for eons.

A carved elephant at U Bien Temple in Bagan, Myanmar.
A carved elephant at U Bien Temple in Bagan, MyanmarPainting of Erawan, the Three-Headed Elephant, bought outside a temple in Bagan, Myanmar.
Painting of an interesting elephant bought outside a temple in Bagan, Myanmar‘Turning Weapons into Art’ exhibit in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
This elephant sculpture is part of an exhibit called 'Turning Weapons into Art' in Siem Reap An elephant head fronts an elephant body topiary in Cambodia.
An Elephant Head Tops a Topiary in CambodiaIn BACC, the touristy ‘shops’ have genuinely unique arts and crafts from Thailand, like this great t-shirt! Plus there are spaces for artists to work on various projects such as silk-screening, jewelry making and more. (Bangkok Art & Culture Centre, Bangkok, Thailand.)
Cool T-shirt for Sale in BACC, BangkokMossy stone elephant at the Singapore Zoo.
Mossy stone elephant at the Singapore ZooAn antique car with an elephant hood ornament belonging to the King of Thailand.King's Car with Elephant Hood Ornament Details A carved wooden elephant in Udaipur, India.
A Carved Wood Elephant in Udaipur, IndiaA mural of two elephants fighting in Bundi Fort in India.A mural of two elephants fighting on a wall in the Bundi Fort in IndiaClose-up of the eye of the tiger, ummm elephant… (The Elephant Festival in Jaipur, India).
the eye of the tiger/elephantFor some reason the only elephants I saw in Europe tended to be pink. (Inside one of the great bars in Brussels, the Delirium Tremens Café, where pink elephants abound.)
Inside the Delirium Pub in Brussels, BelgiumMore of Jennifer Nichole Wells’ One Word Challenge: Elephant.

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