When a thought embraces the soul it produces an emotion that creates art.

“Painting originates from a need to create with colors. A white canvas is my instrument to reflect emotions and moments in time. The streets, the landscapes of Spain, the force of the sea, the ochres of autumn or the festivities of spring are all my inspiration,” commented Esther.  

In her work, Esther attempts to rediscover the self by following the post-abstract expressionist legacy.

Self-exploration is at the core of her artistic development. Introspection is a driving force that takes her to new frontiers and challenges her work. The quality of individual emotion is reflected in her paintings, making each and every one of them unique. Although her works capture a moment in time they are simultaneously ever changing. Esther recognizes artistic influences in Francisco Goya, Helen Frankenthaler, Hilma af Klint, William Turner or her contemporary Anselm Kiefer -amongst others.