SPRING SALE on Original Paintings at Rob Kinsey Art!

Posted: March 5, 2010 in Uncategorized

For a limited period until 30th April 2010, we are offering a Spring Sale on unsold Original Artworks.  This is a great chance to pick up a valuable artwork as an investment that can only increase in value!  Check out these originals? 

 

James Stewart victory salute at 2007 Seattle Supercross

James Stewart gives a victory salute as he wins the 2007 AMA Supercross Title in Seattle.
This superb Acrylic on Canvas painting captures the moment James won the prestigious SX Title under the bright stadium lights.
Every detail of his works 450cc Kawasaki is captured in this painting.
Painting size is 910mm x 610mm.

Price  £1465  reduced to £1150 plus shipping!

David Bailey and Rick Johnson's famous battle at Anaheim 86 Supercross!

Anaheim 86 original large format 3ft x 4ft size on stretched canvas, featuring David Bailey and Rick Johnson in what many call the greatest ever Supercross race. This original was painted “live” at the 2008 Dirt Bike Show at Stoneleigh over 5 days.

Price £1700  reduced to £1250 plus shipping   SAVE £450!


Bob “Hurricane” Hannah caught in action at the 1978 Unadilla round of the Trans-AM Series, when he had such a fantastic battle with Roger DeCoster, as they slammed into each other. Note the flattened pipe on Hannah’s OW Yamaha!
Hannah blew through the established stars of the day, earning the nickname “Hurricane”. His balls-out, feet-off-the-pegs style was very effective as he took on and beat established stars such as Marty Smith and world champions like DeCoster.
Original stretched canvas Painting is 20″ x 30″ x 2″

Price £1250 reduced to £950 plus shipping,  SAVE £300!

Ryan Villopoto 2007 Motocross of Nations Budds Creek USA

For month’s after the 2007 Motocross of Nations at Budds Creek, I had this image in my head I wanted to get down on canvas to capture the fantastic way Ryan Villopoto rode that day. Finally over Christmas 2008 I was able to recreate what I wanted.
Original is 20″ by 30″ on a deep stretched canvas.

Price £1250 reduced to £1050 plus shipping, SAVE £200!

 

Ricky Johnson was the ultimate motocross showman and champion.
Here he shows off for the adoring cameras during practice for the 1986 Motocross des Nations at Lake Maggiora, Italy. It’s an event Team USA, comprised of Johnson and fellow Honda riders David Bailey and Johnny O’Mara dominated.
The original artwork, 760mm x 510mm( 30″ x 20″) is still available.

Price £1365  reduced to £1045 plus shipping, SAVE £320!

 

Steve McQueen relaxing during the 1964 ISDT in East Germany.

This is an original Acrylic on stretched Canvas painting of film icon Steve McQueen relaxing after a hard days riding in the 1964 ISDT in East Germany, where he competed as part of the official American Trophy Team.  Steve was riding his special Triumph off road motorbike and was going well until a heavy fall on day three of the event forced his early retirement.  This unique original painting captures Steve, sitting down, obligatory cigarette in hand as he chat’s to fellow riders and reflects on the days riding. Wearing his Belstaff waterproof jacket, with his official badge # 278, his official riding number, he looks pleased with his day’s efforts.

Painted onto a primed 24″ x18″ x 1″ stretched canvas this painting is a unique chance to aquire an original piece of art of a much loved American actor, not from a movie still, but from him enjoying himself amongst friends and fellow bikers, uncluttered by the trappings of success. McQueen was a very competant motorcycle rider, starred in the classic film “On any Sunday” which he also helped producer Bruce Brown finance.

You will receive a Certificate of Authenticity signed and dated by the artist that this is a one of a kind original artwork.

Price £600 reduced to £445 plus shipping, SAVE £155!

Please e-mail robakinsey@hotmail.com  before 30th April 2010, if you wish to purchase any of these great paintings at these reduced prices! For more info visit my website!

www.robkinsey.com

 

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Comments
  1. Excellent post!! Very informative… Looking for more posts like this!! Keep you the goodwork!
    Anyway thank you for this blog.

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