Airbrush Art Workshops
Learn a traditional painting technique with very modern applications at Cobb+Co Museum.
Airbrushing was originally used to touch up and put colour in old black and white photos, without leaving brush strokes. Airbrush techniques are now used for a wide range of purposes, including comic book illustrations, murals, temporary tattoos and applying makeup.
Meet your tutor
Wayne 'Oggy' Ogden (pictured) is an accomplished Toowoomba-based airbrush artist who has completed numerous commissions, including portraits, murals and engine covers. Wayne started airbrushing as a hobby about 8 years ago and taught himself the techniques. His work is now highly sought after and has appeared in several recent exhibitions in southeast Queensland.
How do you book?
It's easy! Just give us a call on +61 (0) 7 4659 4900. Please see terms and conditions (188 KB) .
Upcoming workshops are listed below. Depending on demand, additional workshops may be scheduled during the year. Next year's schedule will be available from November.
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For further information call us on +61 (0) 7 4659 4900 or contact us using our online form.
Spectators are welcome at all workshops.