Harley-Davidson Museum to exhibit the artistic side of Willie G.
The Harley-Davidson Museum will host an exclusive exhibition of paintings, sketches, artifacts, photos and more from the personal collection of Willie G. Davidson, grandson of one of the company's founders and influential Harley-Davidson designer.
"Watercolors by Willie G." offers the first public look at his personal collection beginning Jan. 20.
Willie G. has helped design the Harley-Davidson brand since joining its styling department in 1963. Also an avid motorcyclist, his journeys and experiences are also prominently featured in his artistic work.
The exhibit will be displayed in the Willie G. Davidson Design Lab through April. A special program, "Untold Stories: Wanderings, an Evening with Willie G.," will also be held Thursday, Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. to offer guests a chance to hear from the artist himself. Tickets to "Untold Stories" are $12 for museum members and $15 for non-members.
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