The starting point of this art work was mythical water horses, water kelpie , which is known to inhabit the lochs and pools of Scotland. The name was chosen because it symbolize the horses’s strength and endurance, a monument to Scotland’s horse-powered industrial heritage. In Scotland, almost every sizable body of water has an associated kelpie story, but the most famous is that of Loch Ness, the mysterious creature affectionately named as Nessie. Kelpies have the ability to transform themselves into non-equine forms and can take on the outward appearance of human figures. They disguise with water weeds in their hair. They are mostly male in their human form, but there are few stories describing the feature in female form.