Rosemaling: Os Style
Rosemaling means "rose painting" in Norwegian, and is done in many styles reflective of specific regions in Norway. The Os region in western coastal Norway is known for its fanciful flowers and bright colors, making it quite different from many of the other styles of rosemaling. In this course you'll study and practice basic techniques of this traditional decorative painting style. Plenty of one-on-one instruction is provided. Students interested in building a solid base of skills are encouraged to register for the optional fourth day of instruction for $50 (please sign up in advance by calling us at (218) 387-9762). Some rosemaling experience recommended: see Telemark or Valdres courses for beginning levels.
You will need the following tools for this class:
The instructors will provide paints, other incidental supplies, and a class project such as a plate, mirror or other woodenware item for your use. The following are the only requred tools
1. Notebook and pen
2. A paint shirt
3. LOEW CORNELL BRUSHES: Series 7500 ( # 2 and #4 filbert) AND Series 7050 (#1 liner): available for purchase from the instructor for $15-$20 or bring your own.
Once registered, students will receive a confirmation packet in the mail that may offer additional optional tool recommendations and suggested reading.
This course is full.
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