About the artwork:
The golden ridges of the southern mountain range found in the Bukidnon province of the Philippines. This mountain has been clear-cut throughout the years of rampant deforestation leaving only a vast landscape of wild grass and isolated forests. The beautiful early morning sunrise paints these ridges in golden landscape.
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Print Material: 300gsm woven art canvas with a glossy, stain-resistant protective coating.
Print Ink: 100% biodegradable eco-solvent ink; ecologically safe and does not use any harmful ingredients.
Print Finish: Semi-glossy, stain-resistant protective coating.
Frame: The canvas is stretched on a 1.25" thick, full-wooden frame, giving it a gallery-like look.
About Gab Mejia:
Gab Mejia is a conservation photographer and environmental storyteller. He is a National Geographic Explorer and Nikon Asia Ambassador covering stories on nature, wildlife, the climate crisis, and indigenous people. He is the co-
founder and Communications and Outreach lead of Youth Engaged in Wetlands, the global youth network advocating for the conservation of wetlands and natural-climate solutions around the world.
He is a TEDx speaker sharing stories of our beautiful and fragile world and is currently pursuing a civil engineering degree in the University of the Philippines as he aspires to become an environmental engineer integrating his career in the arts and science.