Vebjørn Sand is a world class painter and artist who is appreciated as a modern-day Leonardo da Vinci.
He will speak at the Europe Meeting on Saturday, April 30th, and on Sunday, May 1st most of the delegates will go to the Rose Castle on the Holmenkollen Hill on the outskirts of Oslo for an uforgettable artistic experience with a serious message.
Vebjørn Sand started as a painter in his early childhood days. He has endeavored to learn from the Great Masters, and this has all led to his passionate artistic projects for the timeless values of Democracy, Justice, and Humanism.
The Rose Castle is the size of 1 1/2 football fields, an outdoor arena that stands out in the beautiful Oslo scenery - five symbols of gold that can be seen from downtown Oslo - and includes more than 150 unique artworks, highlighting the Norwegian Resistance Movement against the Nazi Occupation; the Soviet and Norwegian prisoners of war under Nazism; and the witnesses of the Holocaust against six million Jews, during World War II.