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Muckish, in the Irish Language An Mhucais which translates to the pigs back, is a flat topped mountain sat amongst the locally named Seven Sisters range in the Derryveigh Mountains of Co Donegal, on the Wild Atlantic Way in the north west corner of Ireland.

Accessible via a number of routes to walkers and hill climbers, Muckish stands proudly over Dunfanaghy, Falcarragh, Cresslough and the surrounding area, visible for miles – all 667 metres.

An area of great emotional connection to the artist:

“My love for and deep connection to Donegal is a lifetime in the making. Muckish mountain imposing itself on the landscape holds both mystical and historical wisdom. This painting bringing colour to the heather and bog at the foot of the mountain on the road towards Falcarragh. A well-trodden  path. Bold colours give life to the joy of being in her shadow.”

Geralyn Mulqueen, Irish Artist, based in Downpatrick Co Down, Ireland.

Geralyn uses colour spontaneously in the emotional translation and captures the essence of reflection and emergence uniquely felt by the individual. The pieces are vital and honest, always allowing for movement and growth. Geralyn has exhibited across Europe – Berlin, London, Paris and Dublin, The MAC in Belfast 2019, Dubai 2020. Featured artist 2019 Stendhal Festival


Subject Muckish
Width 30cm
Height 26cm
Orientation Landscape
Framing unframed
Materials Oil on board

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