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This door escutcheon is made to fit doors using a deadbolt. I painted it will Os using blue scrolls and typical flowers, bright and cheery to decorate any door. You do not need the wood piece for a deadbolt if you do not have one.
Door Escutcheons are used as a decoration either side of a door knob. This Os style was painted in 2004 using JoSonja acrylics. It measures 3 7/8” x 24 ¼” x 3/8”.
This Mangle Tre was made by Mike Lusk. It was a project for my 2017 Vesterheim class. Painted on a black background it incorporates some scrolls and typical flowers of the style. The horse is painted with Smoked Pearl and stippled with Raw Sienna and Brown Earth to be similar to the color of the fjord horse.
The packet includes the directions, photographs and line drawing.
This mirror frame I have made several designs for. I wanted to paint it with Os flowers this time.
This Octagon clock is painted in the Os style from the west coast of Norway. It's a colorful style and fun to paint.
This bowl is 12 inches in diameter by 3 inches deep. I painted a design with different kinds of Os roses around a center rosette flower.
This Norsk catchall painted in the Os style was painted in 2007 using JoSonja acrylics. It measures 9” x 15 ¾” x 3/8”.
This Rosette Clock I painted with the Os style at the 2010 Wichita Convention. It's bright and colorful and a fun design to paint.