Rhondak Native Florida Folk Artist Crab Crabs Signs Funny Coastal Decor December 2009

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A selection of RhondaK Native Florida folk artist crab signs. Funny, colorful and bright. …

A selection of RhondaK Native Florida folk artist crab signs. Funny, colorful and bright.
http://www.rhondakwrites.com

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  • 1. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 2. I paint a lot of crab signs. They go from the colorful to the realistic. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 3. Crabs are part of my whole funny bar sign, tiki bar art, Old Florida set up. I haven’t painted one with a mermaid yet..but they’d made a great hair clasp. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 4. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 5. This is a big sign I put together with Alan. It has his signature on the bottom left. Alan committed suicide in Key West in 2008. This sign is at Star Fish Company in Cortez, Florida. It is a warning for boaters to watch out for crab traps. The restaurant owner commissioned it after one of her commercial fishing boats got tangled up. The following are pictures of tables I painted at Star Fish Company that are based around some of my crab signs. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 6. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 7. This is a big sign I put together with Alan. It has his signature on the bottom left. It is at Star Fish Company in Cortez, Florida. It is a warning for boaters to watch out for crab traps. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 8. This is a big sign I put together with Alan. It has his signature on the bottom left. It is at Star Fish Company in Cortez, Florida. It is a warning for boaters to watch out for crab traps. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 9. This is a big sign I put together with Alan. It has his signature on the bottom left. It is at Star Fish Company in Cortez, Florida. It is a warning for boaters to watch out for crab traps. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 10. This is a big sign I put together with Alan. It has his signature on the bottom left. It is at Star Fish Company in Cortez, Florida. It is a warning for boaters to watch out for crab traps. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 11. This is a big sign I put together with Alan. It has his signature on the bottom left. It is at Star Fish Company in Cortez, Florida. It is a warning for boaters to watch out for crab traps. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 12. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 13. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 14. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com
  • 15. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com This is a custom sign that has a funky Blue Crab on it. It is an address sign that Is now on the east coast of Florida.
  • 16. RhondaK Native Florida Folk Artist, http://www.rhondakwrites.com While I sort of started painting a somewhat realistic Blue Crab…the Blue Crabs became a rainbow of their crab selves. The Blue Crab is the major local crab besides Stone Crabs. Well, there are spider crabs which are apparently considered tasty in Italy, but aren’t even used for bait by locals. I’ve spent many a day crabbing sitting on the side of a bridge, drinking cold beer and pretending to fish. Catching a buzz is still fishing…right?