Son of Indy Artworks - Art That Moves 
Whether you follow NASCAR, F1, Indycar, World of Outlaws, Grand Prix Motorcycles, you'll find it either in my own original artwork or the links to other racing and automotive artists.


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Welcome to my art site. Auto racing has been a part of my life as long as I can recall. So much so, my first dog was named, "Racer". The month of May holds a special meaning to my sister, my brother and me: Dad drove in the Indianapolis 500. He also drove AAA and USAC midgets and sprints. AJ Foyt's 1977 Coyote was my first attempt at painting. Why Foyt? My parents knew AJ since he was 10, and he's known me all of my life.


I don't create art to keep it in my studio or stack up against a wall! My art is intended to capture moments in racing, past and present, and allow viewers to relive their own experience of those moments. I deliberately try to create the "WOW!" response from viewers through crisp detail and intense color to solicit the “Wow” . Those who enjoy motorsports know its unique excitement. Whether NASCAR, Indycar, F1, World of Outlaws, USAC, SCCA, Grand Prix Cycling, or the local and regional racing associations - fans, drivers, crews, or owners - you know what it is and why you love it.


My hope is these paintings take you to your moments in racing, to see, to feel,  to hear, relive the sights, the sounds of those moments that mean the most to you. It sure is fun recreating it on canvas.

Some of my originals are already in private collections. While I am currently creating new originals, some originals are available, commercial and enhanced gallery quality giclée prints, vibrant dye-infused metal imaging prints are also available, and, of course, if you have a particular racecar or automobile, I'd gladly consider being commissioned by you.

Hope you enjoy these images of completed originals and revisit your memories of these racecars.

Feel free to give me feedback via phone, email, or the contact page! Thanks!

- William Homeier

Bill Homeier, Jr., aka "Son of Indy"

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