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This is an asymmetrical design painted on this Norsk Catchall. In my Rosemaling, Styles, Study and Design book I painted a symmetrical design.
The wood piece measures 9 x 15 x 4 inches.
The packet included color photos, instructions and the line drawing.
This is the first in the Rosemaling Styles Series. It covers a little history of the Telemark area and characteristics of the style.
The idea for this clock came from wood scraps from the door escutcheons. I loved the shape and painted this one with Telemark using some metallics to make it more elegant.
This 12” shallow bowl was painted using JoSonja acrylics in the Telemark style.
This is a great bowl withthe double beads to trim with correspondending colors. I used Rich Gold in the line work and mixed with Raw Sienna in some areas where I side loaded into reds and greens. You can see the root of the design comes out of the edge of the bowl next to the beads for something different.
I love this little bean pot and decided to dress it up with elegant Telemark using Rich Gold, Silver and Pearl White with my normal Telemark palette.
This Telemark design is painted on a light background with blue trim. I taught this one at the 2014 San Diego convention. It's such a fun wood piece to paint with a number of designs.
This 16” Telemark bowl was painted using JoSonja acrylics in 2006. The bowl comes from “Turn of the Century”, but the design could easily be painted on a plate.