Artist Jeff Sonksen revealed his latest work of art, dedicated to the late bounty hunting reality star.
The portrait of Beth, shaded entirely in blue, was fixed to a tree near Sonksen’s home in Florida.
According to his bio, Sonksen is a former carpenter who began painting pop-culture icons on fence posts and then fixing them to the Seminole Wekiva Trail in Longwood, Florida.
There doesn’t appear to be any Florida connection with Beth, but tributes to her have been coming in worldwide from fans united in sadness over the loss.
As we reported, Dog the Bounty Hunter and his family want fans to forward videos sharing their memories, thoughts and condolences about Beth to be used during her Colorado memorial service.
Over the weekend, Dog and the Chapman family attended the traditional ceremony, which included Hawaiian chants and a paddle out to spread flowers out in the ocean.
The family also spread out some of Beth’s ashes, and plan to spread more out near her family home in Colorado.
Dog has been leaning on the support from family and friends after the loss, and thanked everyone for their condolences.
“Love you all and thank you very much for the support you have been giving for Beth,” he tweeted out after the Hawaiian memorial.
Along with the organized services, the family set up a memorial to Beth outside their home in Honolulu.
A photo of the star has been placed outside the home for fans to surround with flowers, as well as tons of flowers that were placed over her Mercedes.