I am always searching for the best way to express my experiences, memories and thoughts through art. I have found inspiration in everyday life, nature, cultures, languages and people. Today I use a large palette of vibrant colors, glass, and the power of heat, to try to catch vivid moments that will last in time. I like to think that my artwork will have a journey after it is done on my end and that people will engage with it, finding their own and unique artistic experience.
I believe art is what allows me to translate my feelings and ideas into reality. Art is my tangible expression.
Rosibel Ramirez graduated magna cum laude, from The University of Tulsa, with a degree in Fine Arts with an emphasis in sculpture and a minor in art history. She has been extensively dedicated to fine arts by working with a variety of media throughout her career. She was born and raised in Venezuela in an artistic environment, where she started her journey in art. Her mother and grandfather, both artists, guided her first steps into art. In 1994, she moved from Venezuela to Oklahoma with a scholarship at Ben D. Floyd Museum School at Philbrook Museum of Art. During that time, she worked as an assistant to professional artists. Rosibel also lived in Boca Raton, Florida and studied at Florida Atlantic University, where she had a great input in fine arts. While continuing her studies, she was granted an internship as a curator assistant at the Glassell School of Art - Museum of Fine Arts Houston.
Today Rosibel keeps a studio in Katy, Texas (greater Houston area) where she has achieved a unique and particular technical expertise to create one of a kind glass art with fractal geometry shapes.
She has exhibited her work among other places, at the City Art Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma State University, The University of Tulsa, The University of Georgia's Center for Latin America and the Caribbean Studies. She has also displayed her artwork at the Texas Society of Sculptors, Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum in Austin, Texas, at Sculpture Dominion, Inc. Outdoors Sculpture Gallery in San Antonio, Texas and Expo Milan, International Contemporary Art in Milano, Italy. In 2016 her artwork was selected to illustrate with more than 12 pictures, the cover and the interior of the bilingual anthology of the Cavern, School of creative writing.
She is a proud member of National Sculpture Society and Glass Art Society. Her work is shown in public and private collections.