'Chomolunhma' is the real name of Mt Everest, and holy mountain in Nepal, meaning "Goddess of the Winds".
Everest was a British surveyor, and it is obvious how, with Mt Everest being the only name we know, our perceptions are shaped by the colonisation of traditions that join us to the sacred.
It is time to know this powerful mountain by its deeper roots.
Painted with acrylics and oils on a wooden panel, this is a limited edition print of 50. Your print will be hand-signed and numbered.
This is a beautiful quality archival print, with an incredible velvety surface. It is printed with resin-encapsulated pigment inks on acid-free cotton paper. With proper care, it will last generations without visile fading.
Posted flatpacked in a card envelope. If you would like to send this as a gift to a loved one, I'd be honoured to scribe a personal message.
$1 of this sale will go to Pay the Rent, acknowledging that colonisation of this country where we live, continues to this day for the First Nations people.
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