The Hansen Museum will host an oil painting workshop



LOGAN – The Hansen Museum Continuing Education Program is thrilled to have David Vollbracht, representative western landscape painter and iconic member of Oil Painters of America, who will lead a 3-day oil painting workshop at the Hansen Museum. July 14 and 15. & 16, 2022. During this workshop, David will demonstrate oil painting techniques and teach students to enhance their personal painting style with composition, color and brushwork. Students will explore design, colors, values ​​and composition as well as the more elusive elements of mood, passion and attitude.

Mr. Vollbracht earned his art degree from Fort Hays State University. His knowledge was nurtured by frequenting the studios of oil painters such as Clyde Aspevig and Wayne Wolfe. David’s art reflects the quality of light, nature and the spirit drawn from the earth. David emphasizes the beauty and importance of the natural landscape in his compositions. He is intrigued by the patterns and shapes of nature and by the effect of light on these elements. His work has been in numerous shows including Mountain Oyster Club Show, Tucson, AZ; One Man Show, Wichita Center for the Arts, Wichita, KS; National Exhibition of Miniatures, La Luz, New Mexico; and National Oil Painters of America Exhibitions and Rocky Mountain Plein Air Show, Winter Park, CO.

The registration fee for this workshop is $180.00 with discounts available for Patron and Supporting Members of the Hansen Museum. For more information about the workshop, including a list of supplies needed, see the workshop registration form on our website under Classes and Workshops. If you have any questions, please call the Hansen Museum at 785-689-4846 or email [email protected] Please return registrations to the Museum. Pre-registration is useful but not mandatory.

The Museum is open on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.; Saturdays 9-12 & 1-5; Sundays and public holidays 1-5. We are closed for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years. The Museum is handicapped accessible and thanks to the generosity of the Dane G. Hansen Foundation, there is never an admission charge.


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