EXHIBITIONS

FEATURED ARTIST EXHIBITION 1 October - 28 October, 2018


Opening Morning Tea - Sun,14th October - 11am to 2 pm


Art Gallery Kurnell

6 Prince Charles Parade
KURNELL  NSW  2231

Open:Saturdays & Sundays            10 am to 4 pm

SOLO ART EXHIBITION 4 June - 23 June, 2018



SURTEX - 2018

20-22 May - Booth #2522

Jacob K. Javits Convention Center - New York

Represented by ArtSHINE




HUNTERS HILL CLUB   3 -24 May, 2018


FEATURED ARTIST EXHIBITION 1 October - 30 October, 2017


Opening Morning Tea - Sun, 8 October - 11am to 2 pm


Art Gallery Kurnell

6 Prince Charles Parade
KURNELL  NSW  2231

Open:Saturdays & Sundays            10 am to 4 pm

"Eclectic"

Group Exhibition:1st- 22nd March 2017

Opening:Saturday 4th March from 2 PM – 4 PM

Location: Chippendale

Address: 3 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale, NSW

An exhibition showcasing 9 artists, their uniqueness and quirkiness in different styles, techniques, and medium. An exhibtion to challenge artists to define their own signature style, and the styles making them unique and different.


SOLO ART EXHIBITION 1 October - 30 October, 2016


Art Gallery Kurnell

6 Prince Charles Parade

KURNELL  NSW  2231

Open:Saturdays & Sundays
            10 am to 4 pm


SOLO ART EXHIBITION 1 Sept - 31 October, 2016
Sutherland Shire Library

SOLO ART EXHIBITION Friday 5 - Thursday 11, August 2016
OPENING Sunday 7 August, 12noon – 3 pm


The exhibition opens on the 5th of August and showcases Olga’s paintings from new mini-series, Tea Time and Language of Flowers.
Olga focuses on a theme of relaxing and enjoyable ritual of tea drinking in the Tea Time Series. “There is no crisis that can’t be resolved without the help of a cup of tea”. Olga’s Tea Time paintings are bubbling and bursting with colours. She uses bold outlines and bright colours to set a mood and creates an inviting, cosy and warm feeling of a tea party. “You are here for a treat. Enjoy good company, aromatic tea and delicious ‘freshly baked’ painted cakes”.
In her Language of Flowers Series Olga plays with the idea of finding symbols behind the appearance. She examines how non-verbal, mysterious and quiet language of flowers can be translated into words describing our human feelings and emotions.

Where: The Makery, art gallery and shop - 106 Oxford St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Opening hours

Sunday 11am–4pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10:30am–6:30pm
Wednesday 10:30am–6:30pm
Thursday 10:30am–6:30pm
Friday 10:30am–6:30pm
Saturday 10am–5pm


С 5-го августа по 11-ое августа в Сиднее, в Дарлингхерсте на улице Оксфорд будет проходить выставка картин сиднейской художницы Ольги Колесник. В ней будут представлены ее яркие современные натюрморты из двух серий «Чаепитие» и «Язык Цветов».

В серии из 6-ти картин «Время пить чай» изображен приятный и релаксирующий ритуал чаепития. Эти картины наполнены особым светом, уютом, теплом и запахами свежезаваренного чая, домашних кексов и знаменитейших тортов Черный Лес и австралийской Павловы.

Тема цветов и цветочных букетов продолжается и становится основной в более графичной и красочной серии картин «Язык цветов», в которой художница исследует и переводит бессловесный, тихий и загадочный разговор цветов на более понятный нам язык человеческих чувств и эмоций.

Официальное открытие выставки состоится в воскресенье 7-го августа с 12 до 15 часов. Приглашаются все желающие. Галерея расположена по адресу 106 Oxford St, Darlinghurst недалеко от станции Таун Холл.


MY DESIGN ON TEA TOWELS
September. 2017

I am pleased to announce a collaboration with KE Design (www.kedesign.com.au). The KE Design, a Melbourne manufacturer of high-quality gift and homeware products, will feature my floral, bird and Tea Time paintings on microfiber tea towels.

What I love about KE Design is that by manufacturing their products in Australia, they are helping to provide jobs to local people including special needs workers and also supporting Australian artists.



PAINTS   BRUSHES   ETC


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I have been painting with White Nights Artists' watercolours (St. Petersburg) for a very long time. The Protea Flower is one of my many paintings done with 'White Nights' watercolours.

Recently I have discovered an old box of WN paints that were forgotten for about 15 years. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that I can still use them! No wasting! They haven’t dried out except maybe for one of them (Mars Brown).  They were so easy to pick up with a brush and haven’t lost their brilliant bright colours. Not a bit!

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