In ancient Greek mythology, the Nereids (or Nereides) are 50 Nymphs or goddesses of the sea, patrons of sailors and fishermen. They are friendly and helpful to sailors fighting perilous storms. They dwell with their father Nereus at the bottom of the Aegean Sea. They were worshipped in several parts of Greece, but more especially in sea-port towns.
Technique : ink drawing on paper and photomanipulation