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Door escutcheons are used either side of a door knob. This Telemark design was painted in 2004 using JoSonja acrylics. It measures 3 7/8” x 24 ¼” x 3/8”.
The palette for this design includes Rich Gold and Pearl White for the yellows and light areas. These colors really dress up a Telemark design on a dark background.
This Telemark mangle board is painted in a more contemporary style using metallics with the basic palette.
This Norsk catchall is painted on a Smoked Pearl Background with green stippling around the edge. The symmetical Telemark design was painted in 2007 using JoSonja acrylics. It measures 9” x 15 ¾” x 3/8”.
This is a great try for any style. Here I painted it with two roots so the design still flows around. There a lots of simple Telemark flowers frowing out between the scrolls and where ever there was empty spaces. I hope you'll enjoy this one which can be painted with any background color.
This packet includes two basic Telemark designs for 6” plates painted in 2000 using JoSonja acrylics.
I like the shape of this sleigh from Hofcraft. It's painted in the Telemark style with Hovden roses and gold scrolls using Raw Sienna and Rich gold. I added some white stroke poinsettias for fun.
I bought this spice cabinet at a sale some years ago and finally painted it in this Telemark style. The design is painted upside down to fit in the curve of the panel. The border design on the frame has the flowers hanging down as well. On the inside of the door I painted a spice chart for easy access when cooking. I hope you'll enjoy painting this if you have such a cabinet or use the designs on other doors or panels.