Adolph Hannemann show in Lucas, KS

Rosslyn Schultz keeps finding more and more great self taught-artists in Kansas…

“Face to Face, Meet the People”
Adolph Hannemann
September 5, 2009 – May 20, 2010

Exquisite wood, stone and bone carvings of self-taught artist, Adolph Hannemann formerly of Lincoln, KS, now residing at Salina will be exhibited at the Grassroots Art Center, 213 S. Main Street, Lucas, KS, beginning Labor Day weekend.

The opening for the exhibit will be Saturday, September 5th in conjunction with the Adam’s Apple Festival, 10 AM – 5 PM at the art center. Hannemann, an intuitive carver was actively creating from 1980 through the late 1990’s. Nearly one hundred sculptures, primarily from native Kansas woods will be on exhibit. Mr. Hannemann carved nearly a thousand portraits of people expressing a wide gamut of emotions, in addition a smaller number of animals.

Hours open: Sept 10 AM -5 PM Monday-Saturday. Sunday 1-5 PM
October – April Mon., Thurs-Sat. 10 AM -4 PM. Sunday 1-4 PM
May, 2010 — 10 AM -5 PM Monday-Saturday. Sunday 1-5 PM

Admission is charged. More photographs of the exhibit can be seen at, upcoming events. “This program is presented in part by the Kansas Arts Commission, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, which believes that a great nation deserves great art.”

Contact information:

Grassroots Art Center
213 S. Main St.
Lucas, KS 67648
Rosslyn Schultz