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115th Anniversary Edition Suite SOLD OUT

This collection includes four Limited Edition Giclees on Canvas to celebrate Harley-Davidson’s 115th Anniversary:

  • Legendary Pour 15″ x 22″
  • Genu-wine Legend 15″ x 22″
  • Smokin’ Legend 22″ x 15″
  • Where Legends Play 15″ x 22″

Edition Size: 25 SOLD OUT

Each original painting is acrylic on canvas. Specifications:

  • Giclees printed with a black border and placed on individual display boards
  • Comes with a hand-painted watercolor of the HD logo
  • Encased in an elegant Custom Portfolio Case designed by Scott Jacobs and Danial James

**Each piece is still available as an individual print! Click here to view each one – very few left for purchase**

Recap of Harley-Davidson’s 115th Anniversary

harley davidson museum in milwaukee

Well, I must say that I’m happy I made the drive with Alexa to Milwaukee for the 115th!  It was over four years since I last visited the city and five years since the 110th Rally. The turnout for the event was great; the crowds were large and the people were friendly.  It’s estimated that…

Scott Celebrates Harley-Davidson’s 115th Anniversary

scott jacobs the artist

It’s been a while since I had time to write you with Sturgis Rally and Kool Deadwood Nites going on in Deadwood. Now that both are over, I wanted to share what’s next on the agenda. Since Harley-Davidson is having their 115th Anniversary, we are heading to Wisconsin to celebrate during the Milwaukee Rally August 29th to…

HD 115th Anniversary Pieces

scott's four 115th anniversary paintings for harley-davidson

Giclee on Canvas

Image Size: 15″ X 22″

To celebrate Harley-Davidson’s 115th Anniversary, Scott decided to release FOUR spirit-related paintings. Instead of painting a specific anniversary motorcycle for the event, he thought that he’d change it up and paint some of our favorite libations!

He has included a wine, bourbon, whiskey, and beer painting to help us all celebrate this monumental year for HDMC.

Learn all about these amazing, commemorative pieces in Olivia’s blog post!