Enjoy painting this wonderful chicken in the Hallingdal style. It features typical Hallingdal flowers intertwined in scrolls
This cheese board is painted with some typical Hallingdal flowers on red background. Included in the packet is a photograph of it painted on a blue background using the same flowers and palette.
This is a pedestal bowl, the base is 2 inches high and the inside just one inch deep, so it's easy to paint. I used this flower for the center with cone shapes forming a circle. It is surrounded by typical Hallingdal flowers.
This is an older tine I've had for awhile and decided to paint it with typical Hallingdal flowers on a reddish-orange (JoSonja's Russet) background that was so popular in the day. I love the big Nils Baera tulips and his other flowers and leaves, etc.
This wonderful bowl is painted with basic Hallingdal flowers in a geometric design. There is a simple border painted around the outside. It measurers 6 x 1 and 2 inches at the handles.
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. It's fun to use different, typical kinds of Hallingdal flowers so the design becomes more asymmetrical in nature.
This Hallingdal letter holder is painted with typical flowers from the Sata-Baera school on a red background.
This yarn tine has a different design on each side using typical Hallingdal flowers. It's painted on a black background giving it a rich appearance.
This Royal Crown clock is painted with some of my favorite Hallingdal flowers on a medium valueTeal Green background. I used basic reds, green and yellows for the palette.
The packet includes the instructions, photographs and line drawing.