Plight of the Elephant…

An animal activist, Susan M.L.Moore is a staunch advocate for their welfare, in particular the plight of elephants around the world. 

As an artist, Susan M.L.Moore  has worked in various mediums from color pencil, pen and ink, to oils and acrylics. She has had a one woman show at The New Hampshire Art Gallery in Manchester NH, shown in many local and distant venues, as well as having taught classes from K through 12 and evening adult classes. 

She participated in a fund raiser in Roxbury NY which included examples from many well known artists  including,  Yoko Ono. Susan has donated pieces for good causes throughout the North East, and has sold pieces around the world,  including Tibet. 

Susan M.L. Moore is accepting commissions, as well as has a blog, omordah.com which has links to her pieces currently for sale at etsy.com/shop/omordah. These include prints of a painting in which the proceeds go to WIRES of Australia  to help the animals impacted by the wildfires.

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  1. Beautiful work. How lovely that you gift your work to worthwhile causes. I love elephants and hope that humanity can do enough to save them for future generations to enjoy. They are such gentle giants that hurt nothing and bring so much beauty into the world. It is so sad that people continue to buy anything that comes from the elephant, thereby causing its death. Thank you for bringing awareness to this beautiful creature that God made for the earth, by painting and capturing its beauty. Love and hugs Joni

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