2023-04-26 - Gudbrandsdal Rosemaling: The Evolution of a Style
Wednesday, April 26-Sunday, April 30 (9:00 am-Noon and 1:00-5:00 pm)
This is an in-person class held at Vesterheim Folk Art School.
This class is an outgrowth of Vesterheim’s March 2021 Collections Connection online presentation with Pam. We will use the presentation as our starting point to explore the different ways that Gudbrandsdal has evolved, including the strong influence of acanthus woodcarving. Because of the variety of expressions within this style and individual preferences, we will not have a set class project. We will use the museum’s resources and instructor’s research materials so each student can further explore the variations that appeal to them.
We will first paint small samples of the different variations and then move on to each students’ preferences. This class will paint mostly on backgrounded mat boards. Students can bring woodenware to work on if they desire, but it is not required.
Level of Instruction:
This class is suitable for most levels of painters who have a good grasp of basic strokes and color theory. It will be taught in oils.
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April 5, 2023
Learn more about instructor Pam Rucinski here.
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