|"Resilience", Oil on Linen, 6" x 8"|
Horseshoe crabs wash up on the beaches all over Long Island. These prehistoric creatures have been walking the earth from over 300 million years. Talk about resiliency. They are crazy-looking and somewhat scary-looking as well. Although the tail looks like a weapon, it's really used as a navigational device. My six-year old daughter brought home the remains of this crab from a beach one day and it is now mounted to a board. If you would like to bid on this painting, click here.