The Vest Agder design is painted with traditional colors on this interesting tray. Its easily adaptable to other objects or even just the corner design can be repeated on table corners, drawers, etc.
I combined these two similar Hordaland designs into one packet. The same background and design colors were used. I based these desgns on the early work of Annanias M Tveit.
This is a great try for any style. Here I painted it with two roots so the design still flows around. There a lots of simple Telemark flowers frowing out between the scrolls and where ever there was empty spaces. I hope you'll enjoy this one which can be painted with any background color.
I brought this wood piece back from my 2013 seminar trip to Japan. It was so interesting I wanted to design something for it. Sun-K requested the Os style, so this is what developed. I hope you'll enjoy painting this design.
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 small serving tray I painted with different European style flowers The soft colors from plum pink and green oxide are a great combination and easy palette to use.
This medium sized serving tray is 10 x 16 inches. It's a great size. I painted it with bright colors in the Os style.
I painted this serving tray in the Valdres style, the center features a kind of faux finish painted on window and door mouldings found in Eastern Norway.
The tray measures 24 by 30 inches and is a great size for holding a placemat and meal service.
This is the first time I have painted European Flowers on this tray. It's an assortment of flowers with a stroke work border.
The Rose Study DVD would be helpful if you need practice on the basic structure of a rose. The tray is available in the unpainted wood catagory - W359.
These Gudbrandsdal, Baroque flowers were painted in 1996 on the wood Chippendale tray using JoSonja acrylics. The measurements are 15 3/4" x10 1/8" x 1 1/8".
I incorporated two birds in this Telemark tray painted in 2003 using JoSonja acrylics. The tray measures 18” x 10 5/8” x 2 ¾” which includes short legs.
This Chippendale tray was painted in 1998 in the Telemark style using JoSonja acrylics. The tray I designed it out of wood, similar to metal trays. It measures 15 3/4” x 10” x 1 1/8”.
The Os tray was painted in 2002 using JoSonja acrylics on a Smoked Pearl background. It was also featured in a Kooler article. I designed the tray after my trip on the 2001 Vesterheim rosemaling tour. I love this tray and have painted it with many different designs. The tray measures 18” x 10 5/8” x 2 ¾” which includes short legs.
This Telemark tray was painted with a view of a landscape inside. The tray measures 18” x 10 5/8” x 2 ¾” which includes short legs.
This Vest Agder tray was painted using JoSonja acrylics in 2002. The tray measures 18” x 10 5/8” x 2 ¾” which includes short legs.
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.