Sister Speed

sisterspeedA new painting from Stefanie Aziere-Sattler depicting 2 women racing each other.

 As a matter of fact The Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum in Sturgis has requested a Print to be on display this year with the Special Women in Racing edition they have done on Laura Klock and Her Daughters, Erica and Karlee Cobb. Stefanie Aziere-Sattler at Chromed Impressions.


4 Responses to “Sister Speed”

  1. 1 Mike Kiwi Tomas, Kiwi Indian M/C Co Jun 6th, 2009 at 9:32 am

    What a great team from painter, mother to daughters. Nice work Stefanie.I love my paintings that you did. If anyone wants some awesome custom paintings that pop, Stefanie is your lady

  2. 2 Sturgis Fan Jun 6th, 2009 at 10:42 am

    Great job Stefanie!

    Please let us know on this blog when we can expect to see the paintings at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum.


  3. 3 Brian Klock Jun 7th, 2009 at 9:57 pm

    How can I say anything but job well done as a proud step dad, the painting does an incredible job of showing what exactly happened that fateful day after both girls had set their land speed records and they looked at each other as only two bonded sisters can at age 14 (Karlee) and 17 (Erika).
    They said to me, can we just go for a ride and off they sped into the sunset and we were able to capture this image photographed by Horst Roesler an eternal friend of the salt and Klock Werks. He in the back of the truck and I at the wheel. You have truly captured a very special moment Stefanie and thanks to both you and Horst for the incredible art you bring to this sport. Godspeed to both of you and your talents. Thanks for locking a moment in time that those two sisters will never forget as they speed through life now.

  4. 4 Stefanie Jun 14th, 2009 at 11:41 am

    Thank You Cyril for posting the painting “Sister Speed”. To the Sturgis Fan, The Print Should have arrived at the Sturgis Museum now, and will be on display for the remainder of the year, thanks for your interest. Thanks to Horst.. What great photographs, they are so important, I would be in real trouble without great photography. Brian and Kiwi, You both have been continued support, In the ups and the downs. I will never be able to express just how much you and your families have impacted my Life. Anyone who knows these families understands my words. The Honor is all mine.

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