Pledging Allegiance. The Story Of A Painting That Became A Wine Label.

The story as told by artist David Uhl… 

“Last year we tried several new small weekend rallies and one in particular was off the charts and BLEW ME AWAY!!!  This was The Lone Star Rally where there are as many bikes as in all of a Sturgis Rally (half million or so), all packed into one weekend and one town, the historic coastal town of Galveston.

We were asked to set up our gallery at a fancy Wine Bar off the Strand, where the owner Michelle took good care of us with unbound southern hospitality. She asked if we would allow her to use one of my pieces for a custom vintage wine label for this year’s rally.  Well, we have done far better! Stucky D and I created this special piece of art just for her WINE and this year’s rally.

Just like with the Sturgis/Daytona releases, we will offer a framed and shipped canvas giclee, but this time we will add a special Pinot Noir signed and numbered as well.  All this for the same $895.00. The piece is framed beautifully and will ship after the rally closes on the 4th of November.  Just like the Sturgis edition they will be limited to the number we sell (+12) by the end of the rally….definitely destined to be a superior investment.”

A limited number of bottles of the Pinot Noir will be available and will come signed, with matching numbers to the prints. The image size of the canvas giclee is 18 x 24.  They are taking orders now and will continue to offer the piece through the end of the Lone Star Rally on Nov 4th. $895 framed and shipped within the lower 48. David Uhl Fine Art. Tel: 303-913-4840

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5 Responses to “Pledging Allegiance. The Story Of A Painting That Became A Wine Label.”


  1. 1 Boss Hawg Oct 11th, 2012 at 9:02 am

    Love it!

    David’s work is the best….no exceptions.

    Hope the wine is just as great.

    Boss Hawg

  2. 2 Rodent Oct 11th, 2012 at 10:52 am

    Galveston a small weekend rally my ass, bigger and better than Sturgis in many ways.

  3. 3 duhl Oct 11th, 2012 at 12:09 pm

    agreed rodent, knocked me sideways. sayin sumptin bout texas I reckon

  4. 4 Harl Oct 12th, 2012 at 9:07 am

    Ride the Seawall for miles along the Gulf, drink
    In public, police not a problem, what more could you ask for! Galveston Rocks!

  5. 5 Quis Oct 15th, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    Save one for me…looks great!

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