January 20, 2015

Asher Jay: Art Of The Matter


From blood ivory to big cats, creative conservationist and National Geographic Emerging Explorer Asher Jay is on a mission to protect the world's wildlife the best way she knows how—through her art.

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More articles on Art can be found here.

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Michelangelo Bronzes Discovered
Joni Mitchell: Why She Blocked Taylor Swift For Biopic Role 
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World's Most Expensive Painting By Paul Gauguin Sells for $385 Million
The Isleworth Mona Lisa: A Second Leonardo Masterpiece?

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MC Escher: An Enigma Behind an Illusion 
Frederic Remington: The Man Who Helped Bring The West To Life 
Fore-edge Painting: Artists Hide Paintings Along The Edges Of Old Books
This Fake Rembrandt Was Created By An Algorithm
The Most Popular Artworks of All Time

More articles on Big Cats can be found here.
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White Lions - A Royal Family 
Lions Gain New Endangered Species Protections
Surprising Facts About Our Favorite Big Cats
Leopard Hunting Banned in South Africa For Remainder of 2016
A Hidden Population Of Up To 200 Lions Has Been Found In Ethiopia
Africa’s Big Five Animals
Tigers Are Coming Back!
Tracking Sumatran Tigers