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This Octagon clock is painted in the Os style from the west coast of Norway in the Hordaland district. It's a colorful style and fun to paint.
This 20” Os octagon tray was painted in 2006 using JoSonja acrylics. It is basically a geometric design, but I used many different kinds of flowers so the cartouche is actually asymmetrical. The scene is based on a photo I saw of Os in the late 1800’s.
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.
I love this little 5 x 7 box that I usually paint with European flowers. I decided to put the Os flowers on it for a change.
I love this new tray design and was inspired first to paint it with an Os design on a black green background. It would be wonderful painted on Warm White or Smoked Pearl with the same palette colors.
This packet includes two Os designs for 10” plates. They were painted in 2002 using JoSonja acrylics.