Always a fan of David’s, I am digging on the latest series. It is a bit of a departure, but I am drawn to it because it is not too different from how I see photographically. Sounds like there will be up to 12 images in the set, and I am guessing there will be at least one of each Harley engine model, perhaps even including the small scramblers.
Loving the detail work Mr. Uhl!
Love, Respect, and Fine Art,
We are excited about David’s newest project, something very different for him artistically. He completed this piece recently for inclusion in the upcoming festivities at the Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, NC. David’s friend and owner of the museum, Dale Walksler, built this beautiful 1936 Knucklehead and will be raffling off the bike on November 12th to raise money for the museum. The bike winner will also receive a canvas print of David’s new image, titled “Autumn Knuckle” (image below).
As David states “I thought the bike was absolutely beautiful and wanted to give it it’s due. Every once in a while, I have to do something ultra-realistic to keep myself grounded. While the digital image looks very much like a photograph, the original painting (oil on canvas) and the prints have a life far beyond any photo and are quite rich.”
In conjunction with the raffle, David is making a limited number of the canvas giclee prints available to his collectors. Each of these hand signed, numbered prints will come professionally framed with a Certificate of Authenticity.
This piece is the first in a new series for David, titled “Heads of Harley”. Over time, there may be as many as 12 different images in this series. As with his other collections, he will offer first right of refusal on matching edition numbers to those who collect the entire series. Preferred numbers on this first image will be assigned as orders are taken.
David is also offering a 10% discount on orders received prior to the bike raffle this Saturday, November 12th! This discount applies to the opening prices below.
Image size 18” x 24”, edition of 61 plus 10 Artist Proofs and 5 Hors d’ Commerce, $1,250 framed
Image size 30” x 40”, edition of 24 plus 5 Artist Proofs, $2,250 frame