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Artist Olga Odalchuk was born April 25, 1965 in the city of Novokuznetsk. From early childhood, fond of painting, she studied at the art studio. In 1981 she graduated from the Novosibirsk Art School, …

Artist Olga Odalchuk was born April 25, 1965 in the city of Novokuznetsk. From early childhood, fond of painting, she studied at the art studio. In 1981 she graduated from the Novosibirsk Art School, after she lived and worked as an artist-designer in Ukraine. Throughout the creative activity Olga acquired a rare gift of the artist to work in different genres and directions in painting


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  • 1. 17.08.14 09:24 AM
  • 2. Artist Olga Odalchuk was born April 25, 1965 in the city of Novokuznetsk. From early childhood, fond of painting, she studied at the art studio. In 1981 she graduated from the Novosibirsk Art School, after she lived and worked as an artist-designer in Ukraine. Throughout the creative activity Olga acquired a rare gift of the artist to work in different genres and directions in painting. But the main advantage of giving classical realism. In her paintings realism - is the sincerity and truthfulness. Olga unsurpassed master of the foreground - it seems that the colors written it with a brush, you can touch and feel their aroma. Olga constant participant of exhibitions and competitions held both abroad and in Ukraine. Her work has been purchased and presented to the Administration of the President of Ukraine, the Constitutional Court of Ukraine, at the Mariinsky Palace in Kiev, Moscow, and also in private collections in Ukraine and abroad.