Rosemaling: Shaded Telemark Style & Traditions
Rosemaling means "rose painting" in Norwegian, and the Telemark region in southeastern Norway is known for the classic look of its painting with asymmetrical scrolls and varied placement of leaves and flowers. In this course you'll study and practice basic techniques of this traditional decorative painting style. Students will begin with a simple project such as a Christmas ornament and move on to a larger project, such as a plate or other woodenware item. Plenty of one-on-one instruction is provided.
Students interested in building a solid base of skills are encouraged to pre-register for the optional fourth day of instruction for $50 by calling North House after completing a registration.
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 for a fee of approximately $50 collected at the beginning of class. If you bring your own supplies (listed below as optional) and/or project, this fee will be reduced accordingly. Students who bring nothing but a paint shirt and notebook should expect to spend $50, students who bring their own brushes, paints, and project should expect to spend $10-$35.
1. Notebook and pen
2. A paint shirt
Once registered, students will receive a confirmation email with further class information. Please call the front office if you have not received it within 24 hours.
The course Rosemaling: Shaded Telemark Style & Traditions Fri, May 4th, 2018 – Sun, May 6th, 2018 is full.
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