I came across this when looking for a cover image for justpanhead.com Facebook page. An original drawing by artist “Francois Michaud” he was kind enough to let me use his art work as my cover image.
During my search I found several artists who are doing original art works of Harley Davidson Panheads. You can buy prints of their work or they will also create original works of your motorcycle. I would like to have done this with the motorcycles I have owned.
A self-taught artist who recently started to draw after a motorcycle accident. He uses graphite pencils and enjoys photo-realism.
He is now drawing for a local motorcycle magazine.
Shannon Watts was born and raised in Riverton, Wyoming. Automobiles have always fascinated him. At a young age Shannon had dreams of becoming a automotive designer. As a youngster, Hot Wheels and Matchbox cars were his toys of choice. He played on the floor so much with his toy cars that the knees of his pants always had holes or patches over the holes. Shannon’s first car was his father’s family work truck, a 1968 El Camino. He has managed to hold on to the 68 El Camino and takes it to car shows on a regular basis. Shannon received his art training at the Colorado Institute of Art in Denver Colorado. As an artist he has a wide array of styles and subjects. Shannon has over twenty years of experience in graphic design, focusing on web design the past 16 years. Now Shannon has gone back to his roots and love of all things automotive. He can be commissioned to draw a concept of your project or render a composition of your beloved ride.
For almost 33 years now, Paul Meijering has been active with the paint brushes. As a 17- year old inspired youngster he joined the Academy of Arts in Enschede (Holland) in order to receive a native training in drawing- and painting technique.