Creating a Hallingdal Flower with Lise Lorentzen

  • July 14 - 15, 2024
  • Central Standard Time

Ticket Price $45.00-$75.00 Register Now

Class description: In this class you will explore, design and paint typical Hallingdal flowers and scrolls freehand, using grid methods.


This class has 2 sessions.  Class will run consecutively for 2 days, Sunday July 14 and Monday July 15, 2024.  6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. central time


Class level:  Intermediate and advanced


Medium being used :  Class will be taught in acrylics, oil painters are welcome


Surface:  Student choice, you can work on wood, painted bristol paper or cardboard.


Supplies:  Supply list is linked here.

Note about supplies and additional information: The class fee does not include the cost of supplies. This is the responsibility of the student. The supplies needed are included in the supply list link above.


Instructor: Lise Lorentzen


Instructor biography:   I have been Rosemaling for 43 years and teaching for 30, adding remote classes in 2020 and have a You Tube channel Rosemaling by Art of Lise.


Location:  This is an online class hosted on Zoom.  All technical requirements needed to join the class are the responsibility of the student. RCC virtual classes will be recorded. All classes are listed in the Central time zone.


Class policies:  For RCC terms, please visit the Terms and Conditions page of the RCC website  Non-members will be charged an additional $30 that can be applied to an RCC membership, should the student opt for membership.  Order confirmations will be sent through SimpleTix.


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Date & Time

Jul 14 - 15, 2024

Rosemaling Coast to Coast

Rosemaling Coast to Coast, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organized to celebrate the art of Norwegian rosemaling through a national organization that supports and enriches the artistic activities of the individual. Members study, paint, teach, and promote the love of rosemaling. The skillset is broad, from beginners to highly-skilled, award-winning artists. Formed in 2016, the organization began holding biennial conventions to promote, teach and appreciate the folk art of rosemaling.  Visit our website at for more information.