David Uhl’s 2013 Daytona Commemorative Painting

daviduhldaytona2013paintingUsing archival black and white imagery of the amazing riders who wowed the crowds on Florida’s beaches in the ’20’s (image below), David Uhl is releasing a new masterpiece named ” Wing and a Prayer.”

As with his previous Daytona pieces dating back to 2005, signed and numbered canvas prints are now available for purchase at special Daytona Rally pricing through the end of Bike Week (March 17th).  These Fine Art prints will come framed with a commemorative plaque and a Certificate of Authenticity.  David will also include shipping within the contiguous 48 United States for orders placed within that timeframe.

Edition numbers will be assigned as orders are taken and matching numbers are available for those who are adding to their Daytona Series. For new collectors, these Daytona and Sturgis commemorative pieces are the perfect vehicle for getting into David’s work.  The smaller pieces would normally be $1,250 PLUS shipping.  And because of the immediate scarcity of these prints after the rally, they typically go up in value very quickly.

The prices for the two size options are: Image size 19.5″ x 26″, framed price $895. Image size 27″ x 36″, framed price $2,250. To reserve your Daytona piece this year, simply call 303-913-4840. If you’re coming to Daytona, stop in and say hello.  David Uhl’s gallery will be at Destination Daytona Harley-Davidson in Ormond Beach (right outside the front door) from March 7-17. David’s 2013 Daytona Bike Week T-shirts will also be offered.

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4 Responses to “David Uhl’s 2013 Daytona Commemorative Painting”


  1. 1 Rodent Mar 7th, 2013 at 11:39 am

    Nice!

  2. 2 Pat Simmons Mar 9th, 2013 at 4:57 am

    Wow! As usual David has created another amazing piece! Truly one of the great artists of our generation. When people look back on the legacy he has given us, he will be equated with the most respected artists of our times. As an old bike nut, (me…), I can tell you, when looking at his paintings, he brings the past into such a clear focus, I feel like I’m transported to the time he is depicting, yet it’s somehow contemporary at the same time. (Does that make sense??) Or as Rodent would say, “Nice!”

  3. 3 Curt! Mar 9th, 2013 at 9:10 pm

    That looks vaguely like Dale walksler hanging from the ladder. ;-}

  4. 4 Martin Twofeather Mar 10th, 2013 at 5:17 pm

    That is so excellent!

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