The artist Rosemarie Güttler uses various techniques to paint still lifes, landscapes and other motifs. She is also proficient at applying the copper enamel technique, which has become rare: it involves enamel being fired onto pure copper at a temperature of 180 degrees. Other natural materials can then be added to this mixture. In this way she creates very distinctive still lifes and landscapes.
Mrs. Güttler now devotes her work exclusively to painting. After making an appointment by telephone, visitors can watch her working and view her works – including those made of copper enamel.