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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.
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.
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.
I design this tine with inspiration from Sebjorn Kaverndalen from Numedal. It's fun to paint with it's simple scrolls and rococo flower forms, sometimes with a few small more realistic flowers borrowed from neighboring districts.
I painted this yarn tine in preparation for a DVD on Numedal. It's such a great piece and suitable for the style. I love to incorporate sheep on one side. The rocailles are painted with a flat brush on this piece and it's such fun.