Baby Doll.

David Uhl is releasing “Baby Doll”. This new painting is the second in the ongoing Nose Art/Pin-Up series (following “Miss Behaven”).  As with David’s other series (Women of Harley, Vintage Pin-Up, etc), matching numbers are available for those who wish to collect each piece. You are even given a first right of refusal on future releases within this collection.  We do have some “Miss Behaven” prints still available. In David’s words, “A month ago, I was asked to paint a reproduction of a Gil Elvgrin piece called “Suzanne” on the side of an F-84 Thunderbolt.  I thought it could be fun to go ahead and tie it in as my next  addition to the  aviation “nose art” series.
The piece was commissioned by a friend named Brian O’Meara who is quite an aviation and pin-up buff. His family has had a Ford dealership here in the Denver area for over 100 years, hence the cool 1935 Ford pick up truck that is still in his family. The lovely model on the cab of the truck is actually his girlfriend Bonnie, who did a fabulous job posing with a wig on to approximate the likeness of the Suzanne image. I couldn’t resist the temptation to put Mr. O’Meara in an artist’s coverall outfit and pose him in as the painter as well.  This piece was lots of fun and painting it in front of the crowds down in Florida at the Sun and Fun Fly-In airship”
Edition specifics: All hand-signed, numbered canvas giclee prints with Certificates of Authenticity. 3 sizes: 20″ x 15″, $450 framed (edition of 40 plus 5 Artist Proofs) 30″ x 22.5″, $1,250 framed (edition of 40 plus 5 Artist Proofs) Image size 40″ x 30″, $2,250 framed (edition of 20 plus 5 Artist Proofs) For questions & ordering call Greg Rhodes. 303-913-4840. David Uhl Studios

7 Responses to “Baby Doll.”

  1. 1 Jeremy May 14th, 2010 at 12:39 pm

    Always beautiful.

  2. 2 Brandon May 14th, 2010 at 12:40 pm

    Very nice, but David Uhl should ALWAYS have a bike in the scenery.

  3. 3 live2rideaglide May 14th, 2010 at 3:18 pm


  4. 4 ian May 15th, 2010 at 11:15 am

    once again in the painting, the model is facing the wrong way for the artist to see what he is painting – continuity is important!

  5. 5 UHL May 15th, 2010 at 10:44 pm

    someone walks up and intrigued with scenario , decides to shoot a pic, she is momentarily distracted from her pose and turns to look into the camera. bingo. Love a good critic!

  6. 6 ian May 16th, 2010 at 9:00 am

    Ha! fair comment.

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