This Telemark design is painted on a light background with blue trim. I taught this one at the 2014 San Diego convention. It's such a fun wood piece to paint with a number of designs.
This Telemark corner cabinet was painted using an asymmetrical design in 2005 using JoSonja acrylics. The cabinet measures 16 ½” x 34 ½” x 8 ½”.
This Telemark mangle board is painted in a more contemporary style using metallics with the basic palette.
This Telemark towel holder was painted in 2005 using JoSonja acrylics. The wood piece measures 5” x 9” and makes a good class project.
I had this chest for many years and finally decided to paint it with Valdres Flowers with influence of those painted by Peder Aadnes from the Bagn Church in Norway.
The chest size measures 19 x 10 x 12 inches, so the designs would be good for other objects.
I painted this letter holder with Valdres flowers in the Peder Aadnes style as he painted in the Bagn church.
The Viking napkin holder was painted in 2007 in the Os style using JoSonja acrylics. The wood piece measures 10 ¾” x 7 1/8” x 4 “.
This Viking napkin holder was first painted in the Hallingdal style in 2006 using JoSonja acrylics. The wood piece measures 10 ¾” x 7 1/8” x 4 “.
This is an unusal wood piece I had designed. The top and bottom were textured when they were turned causing a unique effect. Trouble is I can't get anyone to make this box now with the textured lid and base.
I painted it in the Os style. The design can be used on something long and narrow.
This packet is of past worksheets from discontinued books, magazine articles and lectures. Because of requests for these, I put together these 14, including scrolls, Telemark, 2 Os, 2 Vest Agder,2 Hallingdal, Numedal, Gudbrandsdal, Rococo, Baroque Flowers, Valdres and Trondelag.
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.
I painted this Yarn tine for my special friend Kay Baronoski using some old Hordaland ideas. I used a blue-green background and red, green, yellow and blue in the design. On the other side I painted Jacob sheep, but you could repeat this design.
The packet includes the directions, line drawing and photographs.
This tine I designed to hold the yarn so it wouldn't get tangled or the cats chew it up while I'm knitting. It works great and you can use two colors at a time feeding up through the holes in the lid.