MOOSE,  a mixed-media artwork on canvas by Douglas E. Taylor
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Douglas E. Taylor, artist and poet of the western states

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The entire content of this web site is copyrighted as a whole and in parts by Douglas E. Taylor. Limited use may be obtained through communication with the artist and poet.

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Contact & Links AXIS, crane and fish, available as a giclee fine art print ELK II, available as a giclee fine art print LAKE  OF  THE  SKY  TANGO, available as a  giclee fine art print SOLAR  BEAR  II, polar bear on thin ice,  original mixed-media  art available and available as a  giclee fine art print MOSTLY  WIND, available as a  giclee fine art print

Contact the artist through this email address: taovista@jps.net
or his telephone: 406-381-3214


For gallery representation and exhibits, click this link

Benefit Series of Exclusive Images
Douglas E. Taylor has specifically created artworks to benefit various wildlife and nature orgaizations.
These special mixed-media artworks have been produced as limited edition gicle’e prints.
See the organization links below to learn more and to see how you too can help them through the purchase
of images by Douglas E. Taylor.

The Great Bear Foundation: www.greatbear.org
Click on images to link to more information about the Solar Bear Series and The Great Bear Foundation.

Great Bear Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of bears and their habitat around the world. The Foundation was created in 1981 to be a voice for the bears and is located in Missoula, Montana.SOLAR  BEAR  II, polar bear on thin ice, a mixed media by Douglas E. Taylor, sale of the giclee fine art print benefits the Great Bear Foundation

Everywhere wild bears exist, they have been forced to adapt to habitat changes caused by human population growth. Dr. Chuck Jonkel with artist at 2011 Bear Honoring Event in Missoula, Montana, photo by Lora MedinaIn some cases, the bears have become so endangered that they are on the verge of extinction. It is possible for bears and humans to successfully coexist, but now it is the responsibility of humans to adapt and learn about ways to live with bears.Dr. Chuck Jonkel with artist at 2011 Bear Honoring Event in Missoula, Montana, photo by Lora Medina

 

 

 

 

 

 

Toastmasters - An international organization that helps to provide and encourage skills in communication and leadership skills. It has been best known for its public speaking program.  See www.toastmasters.org for more information about this important organization.

I am very involved in our local Bitterroot Toastmaster Club. Contact me for more information and see: Bitterroot Toastmasters The official web site of the Bitterroot Toastmasters club #1539225.
We meet every Wednesday from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at the Perkins Restaurant in Hamilton, MT
www.bitterroot.toastmastersclubs.org

 

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