Who we are

Rytter & Rytter was established
in 1985 and is a part of KKART

Rytter & Rytter was established in 1985, the first years under the name Arabesk. After 30 years and several decorative art projects, we, Erik and Dagmar, have decided to change our name to Rytter & Rytter. We work with both interior and exterior architectural features and landscapes.

Today Rytter & Rytter consists of sculptor Erik Rytter and painter Dagmar Rytter Jensen. Rytter & Rytter works in close cooperation with architects and landscape architects and has through the years built up a network of competent and skilled craftsmen: sculptors, painters and ceramists etc. whose knowledge and skills cannot be overlooked.

Good architecture and decorative art needs visionary entrepreneurs and good consultants.

In our opinion if monumental art should succeed then the cooperation of all the involved parties has to be optimal.

For that to happen it is important to bring the art into the project as early as possible, preferably from the start. We realize that entrepreneurs and architects are otherwise engaged in trying to get the finance, design and other factors organized first but in our experience the best result have come from having started a worthwhile dialogue early on in the project.

Do you have a project that includes ornamentation or do you have an idea for a project that you wish to get started or if you would just like to know more, then contact us.



Dagmar Rytter

My temperament is both visual and sensual, and my passion is reflected in my work. I express myself in a multitude of colours, which blend like musical notes. Everything I have experienced and do experience is also reflected in my work. The eternal cycle of life itself is my inspiration. Life itself is my source for creation, embracing everything that nature and we, as human beings reside.

The need for self-expression stimulates my desire to express my view of the world. In this way I mirror the world to other people by means of art. What I want to say is actually quite simple: “Take a deep breath, open your eyes and really look at the world.”

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Erik Rytter

Diversity, quality and usability, are important elements in my art. There should be many layers in a picture. They should be the readily visible, and more underlying messages, which the viewer discovers over time. I work with two sides of art. What I call basic research in the visual medium “Urkunstmassen” investigation into the shared, indigenous qualities of art) and the art used in the monumental. What I call applied research.

These are two sides of the same representation in which one is a natural consequence of the other.

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Who we are

Rytter & Rytter is a brand in KKART and a guarantee for an artistic
solution of high quality in harmony with the architecture and landscape

Rytter & Rytter's artistic and design competencies include work in materials and assignments such as

Colouring of buildings, painting & wall decorations.

Glass decorations, stained & cut glass.

Floors, flooring in linoleum, wood and stone.

Light sculptures, design of light fixtures and interactive light design.

Mosaics, design of mosaic decorations in marble and glass.

Mural paintings, painting, sgraffito – coloured cement plaster, stuccolustro
– polished marble plaster.

Paving in stone, cement slaps and tiles.

Sculptures in wood, stone and bronze.

Water arts, water fountain design and fountains.

Mosaics, design of mosaic decorations in marble and glass.

Landscape art. Art in the landscape made of only natural resources.

Oil painting, acrylic painting, tempera, water colours, etc.

Graphic design. Design of logos, posters, book illustrations, etc.

The most recent addition to Rytter & Rytter’s field of expertise is interactive
arts in cyberspace.

Our work

Rytter & Rytter holds extensive experience in monumental arts and
artistically crafted decorations in architecture and landscape

Rytter & Rytter has for KKArt performed various competitive proposals.
Some invited, others in collaboration with various Danish architects and landscape architects.
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Light sculptures along Motalavej Korsør.

Albo & Korsør Boligselskab

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Competition for the rethinking of architectural drawings.

Organized by Henning Larsens Fond

Video file Passage
Stige Ø

Invited competition for sculptural play landscape.

Organized by Odense Kommune

Lectures and courses

Lectures and courses offered by KKART - education


Training and pregraduate courses preparing students for the admission to Danish and international art schools, art academies and schools of design and architecture.

A course runs typically between six months and a year. Training is based on the individual level of each student and the graduate course in question.

The course programme usually consists of the following subjects:

  • Basic painting interpretation
  • Classic drawing Picture analysis
  • Composition techniques of materials
  • Colour theory
  • Croquis
  • Perspective drawing
  • Read and understand architectural drawings
  • Projects
  • Design
  • Arts and history of architecture
  • Presentation and communication

The course concludes with a selection of the material students need to enter the selected graduate courses.

The healthy work environment

Increase employee job satisfaction and efficiency by means of colour scheme, interior design and decoration.

Colour psychology.

The integrated art. Harmony and awareness. Dialogue and cooperation.

Consultancy and talks

Creative development for professionals of the following subjects:

  • Development and design of new products
  • Aesthetics and ethics consulting
  • Art events in connection with sales promotions and launches
  • Talks and courses aimed at the development of managers and employees
  • The workplace of the future
  • Workplace environment
The creative proces

Open, clear and without boundaries – Composition and spatiality.

Movement in a given format – The art of possibilities.

The road to diversity – Nature as master – Fibonacci and the golden ratio.

Corporate creative potential

Things turned upside down – New perspectives

What is creativity? Can creativity be taught?

The brain’s role in creativity. Tapping into the creative potential of the employees.

Development of ideas. From idea to product.


Contact us for order placing of artistic projects or for further information