Feathers of Tales

Birds in Irish folklore and myth

Stories are a part of every culture, they surround us. I am a big fan of folk tales as they show a deep connection between people and nature. They tell tales about people of the past from a time when our lives were more linked to the changes of nature.

I wanted to highlight the birds of these fantastic stories, to show how they create the link between the natural, sometimes the supernatural world and people. The series will consist of 10 pieces.

Furcula the First (Feathers of Tales VII)

Ink and watercolour on watercolour paper. 405 x 508 mm (20 x 16 in), 2020.

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The Ousel of Cilgwri (Feathers of Tales VI)

Ink and watercolour on cold-pressed watercolour paper. 297 x 420 mm ( 11.69 x 16.53 in), 2020.

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The Robin (Feathers of Tales V)

Ink and watercolour on cold-pressed watercolour paper. 297 x 420 mm ( 11.69 x 16.53 in), 2020.

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The Fisherman's Son (Feathers of Tales IV)

Ink and watercolour on acrylic paper. 405 x 508 mm (20 x 16 in), 2020.

One for Sorrow (Feathers of Tales III)

Ink and watercolour on acrylic paper. 405 x 508 mm (20 x 16 in), 2020.

The King's Friend (Feathers of Tales II)

Ink and watercolour on watercolour paper. 420 x 594 mm (16.53 x 23.39 in), 2020.

Old Nog (Feathers of Tales I)

Ink and watercolour on watercolour paper. 420 x 594 mm (16.53 x 23.39 in), 2020.

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