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This sixteen inch bowl is painted in the Os style and comes in the form of an e-packet. You can download it yourself for easy access.
This style is cheerful and fun to paint, so I hope you'll enjoy this new design.
This is a new wood piece we've made. A small bowl just 7 x 1.5 inches. This asymmetrical, colorful, Os design was fun to paint inside with a simple border onthe outside.
This ten inch plate I taught at the 2018 Palooza convention. It's bright and cheerful painted with typical Os flowers. The little church I found in an old book depicting the Os church around 1900. I'm not sure when it was built, but it's very picturesque.
This Os catchall was painted on a Smoked Pearl background using JoSonja acrylics in 2005 for a seminar on a Smoked Pearl background. The catchall comes from Norwegian Woods in Machesney Park, IL. I did trim the edges to conform to the shape of the bowl.
This Os catchall was painted on a Smoked Pearl background in 2005 using JoSonja acrylics on a Smoked Pearl background. It measures 10 5/8” x 18” x 5”.
This Os style cheese cutting boards is bright and cheery for any kitchen and serving table. Just turn it over to cut the cheese. It makes a wonderful gift if you add some Norwegian Gjetost or your favorite cheese.
The design incorporates some of the basic scrolls and flowers from Os.
This chicken tine was made by Mike Lusk and is so wonderful. I painted it in the Os style for the 2017 Vesterheim class. There is a different design on one side without the chicken incase one didn't want to use the chicken. I included a number of different Os flowers with the scrolls.
The packet includes the directions, photographs and line drawings.
This Os cream carafe features a landscape from the Os area and was painted using JoSonja acrylics in 2005. It measures 5 ¼” in diameter x 7 ½” tall.