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#17 - Summer 1994 - JA27
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#17 - Summer 1994 - JA27

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Theme: Roses

Articles include: Drawing Roses. Roses in Decorative Art. Development of Bavarian Folk Art. Trompe L'Oeil Painting on Walls.

Artists include: Jo Sonja Jansen MDA, Heidi England, Mary Jo Leisure MDA, Gary Albrecht, Mary Ellerman CDA, Scotie Foster, David Jansen MDA, Juanita Denton CDA, Vicki Allwardt CDA, Julie Kuehn, Jo Ann Devor.

The Queen of Flowers By Cheryl Bush

The Rose, Queen of flowers, has long held the hearts of man. From our first gaze at its velvety, ruch hued petals, we have woven it into our legends, beliefs and superstitions. In this article we discuss and examine many different styles of roses and folklore surrounding this natural beauty.

Bad Tolz Rose Study - By Jo Sonja Jansen MDA, VGM

Bad Tolz was one of the early market towns of the 14th - 15th centuries. This study is of the style of painting that was done in the early 1800's. It illustrates true early peasant or folk type painting. A special wax resist method with colored wax finish is feaured here for a unique old look.

Blended Telemark Rosemaling By Gary Albrecht VGM

Norwegians kept a bowl on their tables in the center of a serving platter, always useful. Here, instead of a platter, we have bowl on a lazy susan beatifully adorned in striking Telemark scrolls and roses. Gary shares his simple blending methods in creating this stunning piece.

Summer Roses in Gold By Mary Jo Leisure MDA

Sharing techniques that she has used for over 30 years, Mary Jo Leisure presents these beautiful, blended golden roses. The more you paint these petals the more you understand. The more you understand the easier it becomes. The easier it becomes, the more you will enjoy.

Bauernmalerei Roses By Scottie Foster

Celebrate the roses of summer as you create two beautiful "antique" clocks. You will love painting on the simple-to-achieve crackled surface with the cheerful stylized folk painting of Austria.