While planning for his most recent trips to Oshkosh and Sturgis, David Uhl sought to create a masterful piece that captured the essence of beautiful, unbridled American technology sprinting wild through US history. Mission accomplished!
The majority of this painting was completed at the airshow in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where most of the visitors to the gallery saw David’s work for the first time. He was humbled by the number of compliments and wide variety of superlatives used to describe his work.
“Wild Mustangs” depicts an early 1940s Airfield, featuring a courageous female pilot jumping from one Mustang to a completely different type of Iron horse. This breed of lady has no worries in kick-starting her trusty 1940 Knucklehead shortly after navigating the airways in her P-51 Mustang.
Signed and numbered canvas prints are now available for purchase. You can view the complete image and a cropped version below:
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