Sheep’s Head Rams Needlefelted Art


Togetherness and resilience – Irish history in art!
I you have ever visited West Cork, you may recognize the interlocking rams as a symbol The “Sheep’s Head Way” walking trails.
They are inspired by an image on a 6th century Standing Stone near Bantry and illustrates the biblical story of the people of Gideon and the Israelites who fought for many years; no one won and no one surrendered, they agreed to live together.
The Sheep’s Head Way apparently adopted this image as a symbol of togetherness and resilience. It seems particularly appropriate at this time.

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Product Details

Needlefelted, mounted on felt-covered canvas with hanger on back.

Mini display easel available for an additional €5.

Original one-of-a-kind framed art.

Product Details

What is needlefelting?

For the unfamiliar, needlefelting is the process of repeatedly stabbing extra-sharp barbed needles into unspun fibres (like wool fleece or roving wool) to create solid pieces.

All my needlefelted art, both 2D and 3D is original and one-of-a-kind. I do not use a “pattern” but create my own designs and images from my imagination, inspired by the world around me.

Each piece takes a long time to make. While time-consuming, I am very proud of the finished art pieces.

When purchasing any of my needlefelted artwork you can be sure you will have a “one off”. No-one else will have the same


24 cm x 18 cm

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Dimensions 30 × 21 × 3 cm
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