Cotton Candy

We’re pleased to announce the release of David’s newest piece, “Cotton Candy”, in his Pin-up collection. This series has been wildly successful and is offered in a very exclusive canvas print edition.

In David’s words, “I became quite immersed in the Prohibition era of American history when I painted the Bootleg Betty piece. During my research I became fascinated with the speakeasy clubs which proliferated in the larger cities. My son Sterling, being a jazz drummer, advised me to look up the Cotton Club because it was the launching pad for Duke Ellington, one of his heroes.  After watching several documentaries, I realized that the Cotton Club was the premier night club – supper club – speakeasy of all time.  By this point I was completely ready to put this down on canvas.  And my pinup series was the perfect vehicle. I hope you like this little snippet of history including her fabulous ride to the club for 1928 Harley Davidson.”

We are now taking orders for this signed and numbered canvas print.  Each will come professionally framed with Certificate of Authenticity.

Edition Size
Image Size (W x H)
Opening Price (2019)
Current  Price
Regular canvas: 25, 10 AP, 10 HC
20″ x 30″
$1,850 – RARE
Total Edition: 45
Prices are subject to change based on aftermarket availability.
To reserve your print please contact Greg Rhodes at: 303-913-4840 or

Keywords : Harley art, motorcycle art, pin up art, Prohibition era, Cotton Club

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* Final Studio Sale reflects the price of the final piece sold in the edition. Once sold out, market conditions determine future prices on the secondary market.