Are you a minimalism admirer? In that case do not miss the work of the American artist Esther Ruiz, who received her bachelor's degree in art at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee in 2011 and who has been exhibiting her work all over America since 2010.

The main theme of her work is to capture her images of fictional places in her mind, which she offers to the viewer with the help of geometric shapes of different colours. The result is colourful sculptures composed of various materials anybody would fall in love with.

Esther is inspired not only by the work of well-known artists Dan Flavin and Donald Judd, but also by space operas, pop culture, sunsets or geometry itself.

She likes to experiment, which is reflected in the diverse range of materials and techniques she uses to create. We can find sculptures made of Plexiglas, cement, neon lights, minerals, resin and many more in her portfolio. She combines all sorts of materials and creates modern minimalist sculptures with high aesthetic value. In addition to creating sculptures, Esther also works in digital drawing and collage creation, which is also worth seeing.

During her artistic career, Esther exhibited in many important galleries and received encouraging reviews in the most famous art magazines. Some of her works are even for sale on the Artsy or Artspace portals or at the Reynolds Gallery, which represents her. If you are interested in Esther Ruiz's work, we recommend following her profile on Instagram, where she shares not only her work, but also inspiration or insights from the life of a contemporary artist living in the USA these days.