Artist and Continuing Education Art Instructor

Ron HauserRon Hauser’s work is focused primarily on the history of the founding Americans and the great movement west with the cowboy and Native American way of life. Hauser has been the featured artist at theme park western events, art shows and horse events, and has been interviewed about his work with disabled children riding horses. Hauser was first committed to “Painting for a Purpose” after painting an emotion-filled portrait of his youngest grandson Christian, sitting proudly atop a small horse named Stony. The painting was called “Cowboy Up” (Get back on the horse and don’t cry). Christian has been on life support and a quadriplegic from birth. Hauser has been making donations to this and other related organization with his Traveling Western Art Gallery called “Painting for a Purpose.”

The Traveling Western Art Gallery has been to 20 states and includes famous historical paintings of well-known situations and icons of our American heritage (several being Brother Freemason’s). Currently, Hauser’s Traveling Western Art and History Gallery is a featured attraction at western events, horse shows and trail rides, as well as county fairs and city festivals.

See more of Ron Hauser's work at his website.

Continuing Education Art Classes

Introduction to Oil Painting
Art lovers and beginners welcome! Internationally known artist, Ron Hauser will guide you in traditional and contemporary methods as you apply your first brush strokes to canvas to create your masterpiece. Using oil media you will explore basic design, color, form and space on a canvas. Bring a favorite photo or magazine picture to work from. 

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Abraham Lincoln painting

Ron Hauser painting

Ron Hauser painting