Mixed Media Oil on Gallery Wrapped Canvas
Puffin birds are well-known for their distinctive appearance and playful behavior, which has earned them the nickname "clown of the sea."Puffins are also committed to their breeding and nesting habits. They typically mate for life and return to the same nesting site year after year. The female lays a single egg, which both parents take turns incubating for around six weeks. Once the chick hatches, the parents continue to care for it, providing it with food and protection until it is ready to fledge. Hence named it 'Committed Clown'