Locally-grown art in its natural environment
When Larsmont School was built in 1914, it served the Scandinavian immigrant community in the area, consisting of education in one room by one teacher.
Last weekend, a bit of Scandinavia was brought back to the school in the form of rosemaling, a traditional Norwegian folk art using paint and brush to create elaborate designs on wood, textiles and other surfaces.
"I just really liked the form, so I took a lesson," artist Kathy O'Rourke said.
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