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Climb Every Mountain
The original felt painting captures a vivid landscape of Hare’s Gap on the Brandy Pad in the Mourne mountains in County Down.
Many people come near and far to explore the Mournes and you can see why it is an outstanding area of natural beauty. However, if hiking up mountains isn’t one of your passions, I believe that metaphorically speaking everyone does climb their own “mountains”. Only when we get to the top and admire the view; can we reflect on how far we have come.
This giclée print is produced from a high-resolution scan of the original felt painting, using quality ultra-chrome pigment inks. It is printed on pH-neutral heavyweight art paper