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This is the Nore Church in Numedal painted on a 16 inch plate from Hofcraft. The flowers are painted in the style of Sebjorn Kaverndalen.
I love this chicken painted by Sebjorn Kverndalen, a Numedal painter, so I incorporated it into a design to fit this bowl. The bowl is 1.5 inches deep with a double bead inside which makes it nice for trimming with different colors. I painted a string of flowers around the outside.
This was one of the 2014 San Diego SDP Convention classes I taught. It's a wonderful small bowl, not very deep and easy to paint. The style is fun, using characteristics from Sebjorn Kaverndalen's influence.
The cream carafe was calling me to paint it in the Numedal style. It's such a wonderful serving piece which holds cottage cheese, yoghurt and certain butter containers. You can also put sauces in the used container and serve it in this attractive piece.
This door escutcheon fits around a door knob. If you have a dead bolt use can use the middle section that had the chicken painted onit or not. It's a great way to decorate a door with the Numedal design. It's easy to use a different background color with the same palette. It's painted in the style of Sebjorn Kverndalen.
I painted this mangle tre in the Numedal style of Sebjorn Kaverndalen on a Gold Oxide background. It's a free, creative style that's fun to paint.
This tray is a joy to paint. This time I chose Numedal on a light background. You could use red, black or blue-black or greenish black and use the same palette. It's painted with characteristics from Sebjourn Kverndalen's work.
This Numedal design is painted on a 10 inch plate using Gold Oxide for the background colors. The Rocailles are fun to paint and constructed a little differently than other styles. Some of the painters used ideas from the neighboring district of Telemark as you can see by the flowers on the border.