Final Run

We are proud to announce the first of a series of releases in a novel project. David Uhl, in collaboration with Art of the Spirits, offers a unique combination of limited edition artwork and small batch bourbon from an award-winning distillery.

In the 1930’s, Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow captured the attention of Americans with their highly-publicized (at the time) crime spree and ruthless ways. “Final Run” shows these outlaw lovers in a quiet moment prior to another heist.

With this partnership, a total of 100 signed, numbered canvas prints will be made available in two sizes.

This special bourbon was produced in a single small batch. Only 200 bottles were produced, and each is normally priced at $349.99. Adorned with a special label featuring David Uhl’s artwork, 100 bottle labels will be hand-signed by David and numbered to match the artwork in this edition.

You can purchase only the artwork, or the package of art and bourbon (details below).

Print comes framed with certificate of authenticity.

Edition Size
Image Size (W x H)
Opening Price (2013)
Current  Price
Regular canvas: 50, 5 AP, 2 HC
Framed art and bourbon package
18″ x 24″ $1,295 $1,295
 Framed artwork only 18″ x 24″ $995 $995
Large canvas: 36, 5 AP, 2 HC
Framed art and bourbon package
24″ x 32″ $1,895 $1,895
Framed artwork only 24″ x 32″ $1,595 $1,595
Total Edition: 100

Because this will be an ongoing series, purchasers of “Final Run” will be offered the option to obtain their matching print edition numbers on future releases. Print numbers will be assigned as orders are taken.

The original oil is being offered for sale as well. Measuring 17″ x 23″, this painting will come with two bourbon bottles. Package is priced at $18,000. Serious inquiries contact Greg Rhodes.

To reserve your print, please contact Greg Rhodes at: 303-913-4840 or greg@uhlstudios.com.
Prices are subject to change based on aftermarket availability.

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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.