Maker Series: Beginning Rosemaling with Vesterheim – SOLD OUT
**This event is SOLD OUT**
Vesterheim, the Norwegian-American Museum and Heritage Center, brings their folk art school to Massachusetts! Learn the basics of rosemaling, a decorative style of painting from Norway. This two day course includes the history, the strokes, and how to paint simple scrolls and flowers. This is a beginners class in the Telemark style, a calligraphy style of rosemaling that is very free and easygoing. Instructor Linda Miller reassures, “Rosemaling is a matter of calming your mind and creating a rhythm. You focus on your project and after that, you just create.” You will work on masonite board and she will have patterns for you to begin. A “kit” with all necessary supplies can be purchased for $38. The class will be held over two days on the weekend of September 30-October 1. Times on those days to be confirmed soon.
Tuition: SOLD OUT (please contact the Vesterheim if you would like to be added to the wait-list)
Register: On the Vesterheim website. This course will fill up fast!
About the instructor:
Linda Miller has taught rosemaling at Fletcher Farm in Vermont, John Campbell School in North Carolina, several different lodges on the east coast, and for adult education classes in her area.