MADE IN ALASKA + UTAH :: MARIAH READING
Mariah Reading is an eco-artist from Bangor, Maine. Throughout her travels to native lands, Mariah creates impressionist paintings on trash in order to depict the harms of pollution and climate change.
Mariah is a strong advocate for the existence, preservation and accessibility of the National Parks. She has dedicated herself to the field of eco-art through her Artist in Residence at Denali, Zion, and Acadia National Parks, working as an Arts In the Parks Volunteer at the Guadalupe Mountains National Park, assisting in Yosemite Facelift efforts, developing a K-12 STREAM curriculum with University of California Santa Barbara Oceanography students, and creating conservation workshops with the Channel Islands National Park.
Having already visited 24 National Parks, she plans to continue her project in all 62 US National Parks.