Isio Bajii (Terrazza Alta) is a memory painting about the fauna and flora of the Cahuinari River, in the Caqueta basin, a tributary of the Amazon in southern Colombia.
The mural created from this painting supports the work of its author and his approach to preserving and transmitting the natural environment and culture of the Nonuya and Nuinane peoples, as well as the traditional way of teaching biological knowledge, the role of each plant, and their spiritual significance, from generation to generation.
Mogaje Guihu (Abel Rodriguez), also known as Don Abel, was born among the Nonuya in 1944. He was trained by his uncle in the knowledge of traditional botany. In the 1990s, due to the violent unrest in the region, he had to move to Bogotá, where he developed his painting practice. Today his work is internationally recognized by artists, curators, and scientists.
At Isidore Leroy, we are particularly convinced of the artistic and cultural importance of Mogaje Guihu's paintings. We are very happy and proud to participate in the dissemination of his work to a wider public, through wall decorations.
✁ Choose your dimensions below. Walls are not always perfectly rectangular. We advise you to add a safety margin to your dimensions (3 to 5 cm).
Your decor will be cut into strips (maximum width 75cm).
Available on non-woven paper (lightfast, paste the wall, washable, dry-tearable) or High Performance Contract (scrubbable and impact resistant, PVC free).
Ships within ten working days and delivery in two to four days depending on the country.
Please consult and follow the hanging instructions.
Be aware that non-woven paper is not totally opaque.
In case of dark or colored wall please apply an undercoat or a liner.
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