Feb 252011
 

David Uhl has a new piece out for Daytona’s Anniversary Rally… Check it out and check him out in person in Daytona… Hey, check me out there too!  I will be roaming the streets, so come and find me.

Love, Respect, and Fine Art,

ArtBiker

We are excited to announce the release of David Uhl’s latest masterpiece, “Ready to Rally”.  This piece is the 7th in the Daytona Commemorative Series and features a beautiful lady biker, readying her ride for the next leg in front of Daytona Harley-Davidson on Beach Street (image below).

In David’s words, “This being the anniversary year for the rally, I wanted to paint a subject that was very rally specific.  Looking over the last six years of my Daytona Commemorative pieces, I realized that there was not a “Bike Week ” depiction in the whole group. So I thought it appropriate this year to create  a work  that represented a sight  that would most certainly grab your attention while you were cruisin’ the streets.  This is my favorite model Elizabeth and she will be with us at Destination Daytona in Ormond Beach on the 11th and 12th to meet and greet all those who care to stop by and say hello”.

As with his previous Daytona pieces, David will make these prints available through the end of this year’s rally (March 13th).  Edition numbers will be assigned as orders are taken and shipping is included in the prices below within the lower 48 United States.

Hand-signed, numbered canvas giclee prints:

“Regular” – image size 20″ x 30″, $895 framed

“Large” – image size 28″ x 42″, $2,850 framed


To reserve your print, simply respond to this email or call me at the number listed below.  David will be in his gallery at Destination Daytona in Ormond Beach (outside the front door of the dealership) from March 4-13.


Best regards,


Greg


Greg Rhodes

National Sales Manager

Uhl Studios

David Uhl Fine Art


15801 W. Colfax Avenue

Golden, CO  80401


Cell 303-913-4840

Fax 303-985-5490

greg@uhlstudios.com


 

 

 

“Ready to Rally”
Daytona Commemorative 2011
David Uhl

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