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Dala Horse Painting, Business Meeting & Draping of the Charter

  • May 19, 2024
  • 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Saint Mark Presbyterian Church, 10701 Old Georgetown Rd, North Bethesda, MD
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  • Materials/Supplies to paint 1 Dala Horse - For Paid Drott Lodge Members
  • Materials/Supplies to paint one dala horse

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This May, please join Drott for traditional Dala Horse painting, led by instructor Tina Keune.

Carved horses will be available in two sizes (Large - 8.5" x 8" x 2.5” or Small - 6.75" x 6.5" x1.75") already primed, sanded and base coat painted in white, orange/red, or light blue. You may choose the size and color of your horse upon arrival to the meeting (selection will be on a first come basis).

Tina will instruct everyone in the traditional style or, artists are welcome to paint a free form design. For the traditional horse with saddle and mane, we will provide pencils, paint and paint brushes. Students will sketch those elements symmetrically on both sides, and then paint them. Illustrated sheets will provide space for practice strokes, and color application steps for saddles and manes.

Registration required. Cost associated will contribute to the cost of materials.

Guests are welcome and encouraged!!

To allow for drying time, we will hold our business meeting after the cultural program. Instruction in painting will begin promptly at 2pm. The May business meeting with draping of the Charter in recognition of members that have passed.

More on the artist, Tina Keune

Christina Keune is a heritage artist and historian of the traditional folk arts of Norway’s Rosemaling and Sweden's, Dalmålning. Interior walls and functional wooden objects in Norway were decorated with classical leaf and scroll forms using earth tone paints during the 18th and 19th centuries. Swedish folk art at this time, complemented its interiors with painted linen wall hangings often depicting bible stories. Her work follows the original techniques and designs or may employ modern rosemaling interpretations.

Meeting Location:

Saint Mark Presbyterian Church

10701 Old Georgetown Road

North Bethesda, MD 20852

Please do not call the Church!

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