Ruby Lindner grew up in Colorado, and lived in Paris and Berlin before moving back to Seattle, where she began painting in the early 2000s. Ruby’s works are abstract, with a focus on colour and compositional flow.
I really like the colour palettes that Ruby utilizes in her paintings. Each work contains a multitude of colourful, textural planes. The variety of shapes and planes of colour in each work don’t seem to compete with one another, but are rather organized to create a sense of cohesion and flow even with the wild variation in their form. This variety lends a great sense of energy to the works, and reminds me a bit of paintings by Noah N. J. Bowman.
Like Noah, Ruby also produces some work in a wearable format, in the form of handmade scarves. The abstract paintings dyed onto these scarves emulate Ruby’s oil paintings, in which colours have an almost liquid sense of movement and flow.