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17.mai fane!

By spotogspindel | May 5, 2009

Yesterday I finished the banner for the National day. This weekend I will bring it to the school who commisioned it, where they have a special wooden frame to carry it on/with. Anyway, here are pictures of the front and back:

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The front has the background of Siggjo, our (almost volcanic) mountain, with the landscape of Moster in front of it. The main feature are the two viking-children. Every spring the school up until 2005 would have a viking-site during the historical play about Norway becoming a christian country over a thousand years ago, which started here in Moster. They would learn old techniques like spinning and black-smithing. The pattern in the background is from the old church and its bell. 

The other side shows a replica of an old viking-broach found in the area. It is very unique, and I though it would fit into the theme of what is typical of Moster: history, religion and culture.

 

http://www.bomlo.kommune.no/skuleportal/index.asp?topExpand=&subExpand=&strUrl=//applications/system/publish/view/showobject.asp?infoobjectid=1009083&channelid=1000382&s_id=1000228;1001253

Over er ein link til Moster skule si nyhende-side, der det står om den nye fana deira.

Topics: Diverse | 3 Comments »

3 Responses to “17.mai fane!”

  1. Deirdra Doan Says:
    May 6th, 2009 at 05:29

    Oh thank you for posting this…fun to see the process..and it is very cool looking. Did you paint the children on cloth? I know were the stamp came from and all the symbols…so fun

  2. spotogspindel Says:
    May 6th, 2009 at 09:32

    First I machine-embroidered them in silk fabric on to the background, and then I painted over it. I used a mix of acrylic and fabric-paint.

  3. Gracia Plena | Spindelmaker Janne Robberstad Says:
    June 1st, 2010 at 22:33

    […] of an old golden viking broach found on one of the islands of Bømlo. I used that as part of the banner for Moster School last […]

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