Iris Le Rütte (Eindhoven, 31 January 1960) is a Dutch sculptor, artist and poet.
Her sculptures can be found throughout the Netherlands, in parks and on squares, from Ommen and Oldenzaal to Amsterdam, abroad and in private collections. A number of her sculptures can also be seen in the museum garden at Museum Kranenburgh. For years, her drawings appeared in NRC Handelsblad and in various books.
Iris Le Rütte's work is characterised by ambiguity: while at first glance it appears to be harmonious and lovely, underneath there is often a dark layer that contrasts with it, rubs against it or makes it squirm. But the amazement about life in all its aspects always remains visible.