Feu en Toi, Ramon Otting, Oil and Soil on canvas, 130x130cm

Blossom Time

Paintings by Ramon Otting in dialogue with floral jewelry
To the jubilee, connections between painting and the art of goldsmithing are put on display via "blossoms as sources of inspiration".
until 30.09.2023today: 11:00 - 19:00  

Scheytt Galerie
Galerie Scheytt e.K.

Flowers fascinate with their infinite variety and magnificent colorfulness. A beauty that seems purposeless. Thus, flowers are surrounded by an aura of abundance, wealth and freedom of choice.

This year the Gallery Scheytt dedicates the autumn exhibition to the theme "Blossom Time". Through the theme "Blossoms and Plants as Sources of Inspiration" connections between the art of painting and the craft of goldsmithing will be brought to view and discussion. In celebrating the seventh anniversary, the gallery thanks all those who have contributed to the blossoming of this joyful enterprise.

The exhibition shows the paintings of the Dutch painter Ramon Otting, who reflects nature and man's place in nature in the form of landscape and flower paintings.

In addition, the exhibition presents jewelry of various goldsmiths and different stylistic approaches, but all inspired by plants in form and color.


Scheytt Galerie

Kaiserstr. 23
80801 München

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  • Zeitraum:

    14.09. – 30.09.2023

  • opening hours:

    Tuesday until Friday: 11:00 - 19:00
    Saturday: 11:00 - 15:00

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Feu en Toi, Ramon Otting, Oil and Soil on canvas, 130x130cm
Feu en Toi, Ramon Otting, Oil and Soil on canvas, 130x130cm © Ramon Otting
Floral jewelry
Floral jewelry © Scheyttgalerie, Foto Ewelina Bialoszewska
© Scheyttgalerie


Galerie Scheytt e.K.

Timeless jewellery and contemporary art in dialogue – since 2016, the Scheytt Gallery has been showing a selection of jewellery from over 70 renowned studios and workshops that is unique in this form. But the concern is also to bring the jewellery together with other arts. Therefore, curated solo exhibitions of contemporary art take place every six to eight weeks.