24 February 2011

Sri Lankan Elephant Sindu's Paintings on Sale at SriLankan

23rd February 2011, www.lankabusinessonline.com

Sri Lanka's state-run national carrier SriLankan airlines said it will sell paintings by an elephant through the in flight duty free sales collection.

The paintings are drawn by Sindu an elephant at the Temple of the Tooth Relic in the central Sri Lankan city of Kandy. The elephants paints with a brush held in its trunk, the airline said.

The airline also offers a Batik wall hanging depicting the Kandy perahera, an annual procession where elephants, drummers, dancers, torch and flag bearers weave through city streets watched by thousands of onlookers and tourists.

Image Courtesy: www.ft.lk

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Elephant Paintings are quite common in Thailand. Sri Lanka too should take advatage of it as Thailand does. They should promote live performance of "elephant painters" as that should draw more attention and sales!
Sunil

james said...

Very useful post.. I hope you will continue your same best work and we will get more informative post which can helpful to us. Thanks for this!!!
How To Sell Paintings

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