I enjoy painting this single towel holder, this time with a Vest Agder design on black-green. It's a good project for learning the style with it's wonderful strokes, teardrops and scrolls.
The Rogland cheese board is one in the cheese board series that I taught at the 2018 Palooza convention. It's painted on a Teal green background using reds and yellows in the geometric design.
This ten inch plate I taught at the 2018 Palooza convention. It's bright and cheerful painted with typical Os flowers. The little church I found in an old book depicting the Os church around 1900. I'm not sure when it was built, but it's very picturesque.
This design is painted on a napkin holder made by Creative Woodworks. There is a different Os design on each side. One side with a nisse attempting to decorate and the other a more typical Hordaland motif using a heart shaped design.
I taught this project at the 2018 Palooza convention. It's a wonderful piece to paint and use to decorate your front door for the holidays. I have the nisse gathering pine cones and in "Tree Harvest" packet he is cutting his tree.
This Tree Harvest sled is a companion to Pine Cone Harvest sled. I couldn't resist painting two of these sleds, wonderful projects for decorating a holiday door or entry way. This one is painted in the Telemark style with the Nisse harvesting his tree.
Another cheese cutting board painted in the Numedal style to add to the collection. It's painted with the traditional palette in the style of Sebjorn Kaverndalen.
This Vest Agder style cheese cutting board is painted with basic characteristics and palette of the style. Many teardrops were used which makes it fun to paint.
It makes a wonderful gift, especially when you add a block of cheese and cheese cutter.
This cheese cutting board in painted with flowers from Sor-Trondelag. They are really fun to paint with all the graceful strokes. The cutting board makes a great gift, especially with a block of cheese and cheese slicer.
This eight inch in diameter cheese board makes a great gift, just add your favorite cheese and maybe a cheese cutter. It's easy to use and a fun Telemark design to paint. The design can also be used on a plate or other round surface.
This Os style cheese cutting boards is bright and cheery for any kitchen and serving table. Just turn it over to cut the cheese. It makes a wonderful gift if you add some Norwegian Gjetost or your favorite cheese.
The design incorporates some of the basic scrolls and flowers from Os.
This plate was a convention project concentrating on these special cabbage roses. They are a little more difficult to paint as I used the chisel edge of a filbert to achieve the shape of many petals.
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 wonderful size for a beginning project and so useful for cutting cheese. Decorate one side and wax or oil the back.