Why your donations matter

Eliphante is a place for inspiration, a place created by a unique and inspirational experience in the natural environment. People have often said that there’s no other place like it! Many have been filled with a renewed sense of enthusiasm for the natural world, seeing how we can creatively design our buildings artistically within in […]

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Support Eliphante

Show Your Financial Support Your Tax-Deductible Donations to Support Eliphante, Ltd. -a 501(c)(3) Non Profit- can be made via the following: Cash donations or materials drop-offs can be made by appointment. Check and/or by Mail donations can be sent to:Eliphante LtdPO Box 971Cornville AZ 86325 Donations by credit or debit card can be made here: […]

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Membership

Individual Membership ​     Become A Member Today! By becoming a Member, you share in preserving the legacy of creative sculpted buildings found at Eliphante that is not possible among today’s building codes. Your Membership contributes toward the future of Eliphante!   As a Member you receive the occasional members-only e-newsletter, and know that […]

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Wish List

Items of Need to Support Eliphante’s Advancement This is a great way to make an impact on our current projects! These materials and equipment help support the preservation and restoration of Eliphante. This land is preserved and sustained by visiting artists and involved members; outside of labor efforts, there is a need for materials, but, […]

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The Legacy

Eliphante is a private residence and not open to the public. It is looked after by the non-profit 501(c)(3) organization Eliphante, Ltd, established in 1987 to preserve and restore the art and works of Michael Kahn and Leda Livant-Kahn. The artist Michael Kahn spent 30 years of his life creating, while painting and residing at, […]

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Contact Us

Reach Eliphante by written word The postal mailing address is: Eliphante Ltd. PO Box 971 Cornville AZ 86325 Contact on-site caregivers via email to info[at]eliphante.org Subscribe to our General Newsletter! […]

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A Brief History of Eliphante

In the late 1970’s, Michael Kahn and Leda Livant, while living in Sedona, met a couple in Cornville who owned acreage along Oak Creek and invited Michael and Leda to live as caretakers on a uniquely isolated riparian section of property. Being an artist, Michael immediately began invoking some of his painting aesthetics into a […]

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