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From a cow with a flower to a dachshund with a hat: Sabine Drobner shows her pictures

2024-02-28T10:15:30.123Z

Highlights: From a cow with a flower to a dachshund with a hat: Sabine Drobner shows her pictures. The Ottenhofen resident has been painting since childhood. Whether with oil, acrylic, palette knife or silk painting – the painter likes to try out any form. The pictures will hang in the next room of the Camillo at Erdinger Straße 22 for an initially indefinite period of time. As of: February 28, 2024, 11:00 a.m.



As of: February 28, 2024, 11:00 a.m

By: Raffael Scherer

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“Looks great”: Artist Sabine Drobner and host Camillo Poerio in front of some of the pictures that the Ottenhofen native is currently exhibiting in the trattoria.

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The main thing is happy, colorful and funny: Sabine Drobner from Ottenhofen shows her pictures in Camillo.

Ottenhofen – Sabine Drobner and her husband Franz are eagerly bustling through the next room in the Trattoria Camillo in Ottenhofen with a hammer, nail and picture frame.

Doesn't the painting she made of a contented cow fit best next to the window?

“Try it, then see,” says Franz Drobner without further ado, drives a nail into the wall and hangs it up.

The Ottenhofen resident has been painting since childhood.

A wide variety of courses followed, from VHS to Boesner.

Whether with oil, acrylic, palette knife or silk painting – the painter likes to try out any form.

Her husband points with his hammer at the walls around the window: from a detailed painting of a fishing boat to a cartoonish dachshund in a forester's hat to a rather abstract-looking tree that she conjured up from leftover paint, there are different types of works.

There are also crafts such as a wheat beer glass made from crown caps or pictures made from coffee tabs.

Even if she doesn't want to commit to a specific style, Sabine Drobner still remains true to one motto: “I only paint pictures that are happy, that are colorful, that are funny.

After all, there are already enough sad things in this world,” she explains, frowning and deciding with a critical eye that this isn’t the right place for the cow.

So the husband takes the picture down and nails it to the long wall instead.

Drobner now gives courses for amateur artists and also paints individual commissions.

“If someone wants to have a Franz Marc hanging in their home, then I would be happy to paint them the Blue Horse, for example,” explains the woman from Ottenhofen.

Of course with the correct identification of the image source on the copy.

More than 50 works have already accumulated in Drobner's home.

Although individual works by the woman from Ottenhofen could be seen here and there at an exhibition, several of them at once - something that only friends and acquaintances knew about.

It was rather by chance that Sabine Drobner started talking to the innkeeper Camillo Poerio.

He was enthusiastic about the idea of ​​having pictures by a local artist hanging in the next room.

“He said yes straight away,” remembers the Ottenhofen native.

The 56-year-old admitted sheepishly that she hadn't dared to have a real vernissage with champagne and appetizers.

That's why she would now like to present her works to the public in this way.

The pictures will hang in the next room of the Camillo at Erdinger Straße 22 in Ottenhofen for an initially indefinite period of time.

They can be viewed during normal opening hours and when the adjoining room is not rented.

Each work is provided with Sabine Drobner's contact details and the selling price, usually around 100 euros.

When Franz Drobner changes the cow's wall again, the artist notices: Actually, you could also offer great painting courses in this room.

You should also ask Poerio.

Said and done.

As the cow looks satisfied in the middle of the room above the dining table and the hammer rests on the table, the innkeeper comes in.

He looks at the results of the exhibition.

“Looks great,” is his conclusion with a smile, as he pats Sabine Drobner on the shoulder.

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She takes the opportunity and rushes forward: “Could I also offer painting courses here?” Poerio briefly takes a thoughtful look at the cow.

“If there’s enough time, why not,” he explains, winks at her and disappears back into the kitchen.

Contact: Sabine Drobner can be reached on tel. (01 73) 4 97 00 16, by email at sdrobner@gmx.net and via www.verDifferenhaftes.de

Source: merkur

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