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This is a slideshow that shows my pelican art and my progression of pelican images. I relate some of the funny and inspirational sayings I use and why. RhondaK , Native Florida Folk Artist.

This is a slideshow that shows my pelican art and my progression of pelican images. I relate some of the funny and inspirational sayings I use and why. RhondaK , Native Florida Folk Artist.

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Rhonda K’S Pelican Signs Funny Bar Signs Inspirational Rhonda K’S Pelican Signs Funny Bar Signs Inspirational Presentation Transcript

  • RhondaK’s Pelican Signs If a Pelican YOU Can For MORE see: RhondaKwrites.com http:// www.rhondakwrites.com
  • Pelicans In My Art
    • This is the first pelican I sold off eBay. It is living now in a bar in Ocala, Florida.
  • Smoking Pelican
    • This pelican is a one of so far. I sold it at the Coquina Beach Thieves Market. I can’t tell you how it is living, but I’d guess it is in a smoke filled happy place. My next versions of this sign will feature a brown pelican that is more familiar in the area I am in at this time. It reads: Thank you for holding your breath while I smoke!
  • Swimming Pelican
    • This is the second pelican I ever painted. It is floating around on water. I sold this one in Gulfport, Florida at an artwalk. It was supposed to be a gift for a lady’s sister. It is on a board from an old house in Cortez, Florida. I’ve sold everything I painted on those boards.
  • Backside of Pelican
    • This is a a pelican shape I’m moving towards. I like the back view. There is a sort of coastal visual language in the pelican on the post. It is a classic image. Primarily people prefer three uneven posts with ropes around the top. Generally the pelican is full from the side. This is my sort of nod towards the traditional pelican.
    • I came up with the saying “If a Pelican, You can…” while trying to work on a toucan. Originally I wanted to do “If a pelican ..you toucan…” but never came up with a good image. I still find it pretty funny to say though.
  • Colorful Pelicans
    • These two pelicans are also a sort of new traditional image where they are colorized in funky full bodied pastels. A lot of “new” palm trees are getting the same treatment. I like this one, but it has never sold. This surprises me. I like this one most of all.
  • Truth Bits on the Pelican
    • Sometimes I include true facts about what I am painting about. The pelican never blinks when it dives for what it intends to catch. I find this amazing as if I were doing a free fall dive toward the sea I’d have my eyes closed and I would be praying. The pelican lives in a place of faith and reality.
    • My newest Pelican on the post is on the right on this display. Also note my egrets and flamingos. The new pelican has 2-3 paintings of my signs attached to the post.
    • For MORE see: RhondaKwrites.com
    • http://www.rhondakwrites.com