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This is a unique bowl. I painted a Hallingdal design so the flowers encircle the center flower instead of having them come straight out from the center. t's fun to use different typical kinds of Hallingdal flowers so the design becomes for asymmetrical in nature.
This small 6 x 9 inch towel holder is very useful for small bathrooms, etc. I painted it with some typical Hallingdal flowers on a soft green backround.
This large corner cabinet is the one featured on the cover of my latest book, Rosemaling, Styles, Study and Design. There was not room for the large designs in the book, so I've placed them in a packet.
This towel holder is painted in the old Lesja style. It's really fun to paint with lots of stroke work and the tulips are really interesting.
This Long Sampler board includes eighteen styles was originally painted in 2004 using JoSonja acrylics. The board measures 11 ½” x 44” x 13/16”.
This adorable little box is a great place to store a ring or gem. It seemed natural it should have a nisse sitting under the mushroom cap. I hope you'll enjoy painting this fun piece.
I design this tine with inspiration from Sebjorn Kaverndalen from Numedal. It's fun to paint with it's simple scrolls and rococo flower forms, sometimes with a few small more realistic flowers borrowed from neighboring districts.
I painted this yarn tine in preparation for a DVD on Numedal. It's such a great piece and suitable for the style. I love to incorporate sheep on one side. The rocailles are painted with a flat brush on this piece and it's such fun.