With heavy marshlands surrounding her native lands, locals tend to wear water-proof leggings to keep from over-saturating the skin in long periods of soak, along with long flowing garments. The soaking of the water into their long clothing however is seen as good luck. It is thought that if water soaked certain patterns of their attire, they would sustain prosperous and fruitful lives, even cure ailments. The Marshland people are not afraid of the waters, but instead embraced them. After all, water is the lifeblood of their lands. Shrouded in mystery, many seek these lands out for treasures and riches. Many of these travelers die, lost in the fog of the outskirts, tired and weary, the shallow murky waters offer little room to breath for those in need of rest. Water Spirit often seeks these souls out to guide them, hoping to not only nurse them to health, but keep them from reaching the city. She then turns them back, warning of what lurks in the shadows of her once prosperous lands…
"Tyto Alba"; otherwise known as the Common Barn Owl.
A Denver based artist and illustrator, concentrating in comics and character design.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.