Michael Lichter Sturgis 2010 Motorcycle Art Exhibition

lichterexhibitionLast Saturday at the V-Twin Expo, photographer Michael Lichter announced the theme of his next art exhibition in Sturgis at the Buffalo Chip. The exhibit will focus on the explosion of interest and the passion for custom motorcycles seen over the last 30-years.

Named “Eternal Combustion – 30 in the Wind”, it poses the question, “How is this passion passed on through time?” by displaying 30 recently built custom motorcycles by 15 pairs of builders tied together by family, respect, friendship or apprenticeship.

Michael Lichter will display his own work, something he has not done recently. and will celebrate his 30th anniversary of attending Sturgis Bike Week.

The builder teams highlighted within the show include: Arlen Ness & Paul Yaffe, Carl & Matt Olsen, Dave & Jody Perewitz, Donnie Smith & Brian Klock, Eddie Trotta & Todd Silicato, Kevin Baas & his Kennedy High School Chopper Class, Gard Hollinger & Satya Kraus, James & Dave Kaye, Jerry & David Covington, Kirk Taylor & Brian Schimke, Roland Sands & Drake McGillroy, Ron Finch & Gary Maurer, Ron & Hunter Simms, and Sugarbear & Counts Customs.

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8 Responses to “Michael Lichter Sturgis 2010 Motorcycle Art Exhibition”


  1. 1 Patrick Jansen Feb 10th, 2010 at 10:18 am

    There will probably be alot of discussion concerning the pairings chosen for this exhibition but the bottom line is that those chosen will most definitely create works of art that Michael will somehow find a way to take to the next level through his interpretation of their offerings. Can’t wait to see the results.

  2. 2 Jeremy Feb 10th, 2010 at 10:24 am

    Yep, some very weird pairings. Hmmm…

  3. 3 Brenda Fox Feb 10th, 2010 at 10:56 am

    Right on…
    Michael’s talent, effort and vision will be well received especially with this great group of respected builders.
    Props to Jody for infiltrating the testosterone ~ represent girl!

  4. 4 Darin Maltsberger-Instructor@MTI Feb 10th, 2010 at 1:21 pm

    It will definitely be worth a look. Michael always has a way of showing you a side of the subject that most of us miss. I look forward to seeing the display and seeing some of my friends highlighted in what he has to offer.

  5. 5 Darin Maltsberger-Instructor@MTI Feb 10th, 2010 at 5:58 pm

    It will definitely be worth a look. Michael always has a way of showing you a side of the subject that most of us miss. I look forward to seeing the display and seeing some of my friends highlighted in what he has to offer.
    Should say excellent post! Can’t wait to reading the next one!

  6. 6 Kevin "TEACH" Baas Feb 10th, 2010 at 10:22 pm

    I am honored to have been chosen to display two of our bikes, my newest knucklehead build and the recent class build with the SugarBear springer will be in the show. I will post some pics on the class website soon as we get he bikes closer to completion.
    http://www.kennedychopperclass.com

  7. 7 david uhl Feb 11th, 2010 at 10:35 am

    I am sure it will be another bitchin event. They always are.

  8. 8 Joe Mielke Feb 16th, 2010 at 10:28 am

    It will be the event to see in Sturgis. Aside from the motorcycle that will be debuted there I’m excited to see what images Michael chooses for this exhibit.

    Peace
    Joe

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