David Uhl New Commemorative Daytona Bike Week Painting

du-daytona-inkDaytona Pier. A stereotype image of Daytona, especially if you participate or visit the “Boardwalk Bike Show”. The new Bike Week release of artist David Uhl named “Daytona Ink” use this pier as the background of this new painting featuring a female biker tattooed by Nick Pugh. “Daytona Ink” marks the fifth commemorative Bike Week print in this series, joining “Censored 1933”, “Rumblefish”, “Buried Treasure” and “Babe”.  As with these previous releases, “Daytona Ink” will only be available through the end of the rally (March 8th).  These canvas giclee prints come hand-signed and numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity and those collecting the entire Daytona series will be given first right of refusal on their matching edition number.  “Regular Canvas” – image size 20″ x 30″, $895 framed and shipped. “Jumbo Canvas” – image size 28″ x 42″, $2,250 framed and shipped. David Uhl & this original painting will be at Bruce Rossmeyer’s Destination Daytona in Ormond Beach from February 26 through March 7.  Information and orders at Greg Rhodes 303-913-4840
or visit Uhl Studios.

7 Responses to “David Uhl New Commemorative Daytona Bike Week Painting”

  1. 1 Boss Hawg Feb 24th, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    David is a fantastic artist. Love his work!

    For Cyril’s readers, If you do not know David…Look him up in front of the main entrance to Rossmeyer’s and watch him paint.

    Boss Hawg

  2. 2 James ( Kiwi) Feb 24th, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    When one looks at the curve of a Womans bottom (especialy in 3 1/2” heels) and the curve of the Roadies front guard it really shows why we like HD’s for their asthetics.
    I am sure as an acomplished artist David Uhl knows this……I like it wonder, who the model is ?

    Rememer the 80’s when the Jap’s were building motorcycles with square headlights,rectangular petrol tanks and chiseled fairings.If they had got the asthetics right HD may not of survived.

    Maybe the designers in Japan spent too much time in the office looking at photo copiers and desks and not enough time walking down the street and perving at bottoms…..

    Maybe I need to get out more……..


    My apologies to all the Women who read this blog ,this is not meant to be sexist just a comment on how your beauty affects society in so many ways…out for a walk

  3. 3 rodent Feb 25th, 2009 at 7:11 am

    The pier was owned by Harry Doan AKA Dirty Harry who use to fly chopers off the end untill one crashed. And Billy Tinney shot the first tit shot ever published in Easyriders on the pier.

  4. 4 jeff & Robbie Mar 2nd, 2009 at 2:06 pm

    Flat, no dimension… not the best.

  5. 5 Uhlstudios Mar 3rd, 2009 at 7:15 am

    Thank you very much for your Critique Jeff&Robbie, We were wondering if your evaluation was based on viewing the original painting currently displayed in Daytona, or are you basing your comments on the thumbnail above?

  6. 6 jeff & Robbie Mar 11th, 2009 at 1:34 pm


  7. 7 Dave Mar 18th, 2011 at 6:14 pm

    Recently had the pleasure of seeing this guy’s work up close at Daytona Bike Week. I tell ya what, this pic above and even the ones on his website don’t do his work justice! In person it’s so clear, detailed, and lifelike it’s amazing. If you like the internet pics, you’ll love the actual product, just beautiful!

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