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".
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”.
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.
This 16” octagonal tray was painted with European flowers using Jo Sonja acrylics in 2004.
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.
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 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.
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 medium sized serving tray is 10 x 16 inches. It's a great size. I painted it with bright colors in the Os style.
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 recycled tray was painted using JoSonja acrylics in 2004 with spring flowers. The tray is an old silver one I refurbished. Hopefully you can adjust this design to fit one you have found or use on another object of your choosing.
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.
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 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 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.
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.