Ink and watercolour on cold-pressed watercolour paper. 297 x 420 mm, 2020.
Cormorants are quite a common view as they are drying themselves on rocks, turning their wings to face the sun, but I still find something exotic in their groups. They were seen as mermaids, and one Irish name I chose as the title of this painting means exactly that: mermaid.
I saw this Cormorant drying his wings and grooming at Howth, Dublin.
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