Upon her return to Spain she works painting pictures in a series for decoration companies that she signs under different pseudonyms, her personal universe begins to take shape. After going through different studios, she finally settled in Ruzafa, a downtown multicultural and bohemian neighborhood of Valencia. Her little girls who are nobody and donât have anyone have become princesses who do not want to be princesses. And in this way the contradiction that lives inside them is also reflected in the work of Olga Esther. A work that combines the childhood yearnings of princess tales with the rebellion that this provokes.
Currently she is dedicated exclusively to her painting. And although she maintains the studio in Ruzafa, she has returned to the countryside. She lives in a small yellow house in the mountains, surrounded by birds and squirrels, with her life companion and her two dogs, Frijol and Buffy.