Born March 25, 1976 in the city of Izhevsk (capital of the Udmurt Republic. Russia). She was sent to an art studio at 5 years old, and later to an art school. Her favorite pastime at school was an open... Read More
Born March 25, 1976 in the city of Izhevsk (capital of the Udmurt Republic. Russia). She was sent to an art studio at 5 years old, and later to an art school. Her favorite pastime at school was an open air, painting in nature, travelling to beautiful new places. She loved drawing trees and flowers. After finishing school, she moves to the city of Kungur to enter the Art Lyceum at the jewelry department. Then she stadies at the course of the Honored Artist of Russia, sculptor, stone-cutter Anatoly Vasilyevich Ovchinnikov. After 2 years in 1996, she graduates with a degree in Artistic Stone Processing and returned to Izhevsk. Sie enters Udmurt State University at the faculty of Design. During her studies, Olga opts for specialization in interior design. Before the work on diploma started the daughter had been born, and after getting her thesis defence in 2003, the family moves to Moscow. In Moscow, Olga has been working in some construction and design companies for several years. In 2007, she decides to study the history of art more deeply and enters the Institute of Cultural in Moscow. And in June 2008, she founds her company "Olga Nekrasova's Workshop". The company receives a large number of orders for private interior design projects, beauty salons, offices, clubs and restaurants. In those projects, Olga and her assistants paint and decorate the walls and stucco moldings. A number of customers buy Olga’s paintings for their interiors. At that time, she is fond of batik and tries new techniques, experimenting with plants and flowers. For a while the new terra technique remains her main focus in the paintings. Olga experiments not only with new materials and various textures, but also with colors. In that, she has been inspired, by numerous trips, impressions of new places and discovered cultures. At that end of 2012, Olga takes a course of "HO.RE.CA. Design" continuing education at the Milan Polytechnic Academia.Besides she travels a lot in Europe, including plein airs in France, Spain, etc. And again, after a long time, she starts working in watercolor. She takes lessons from many famous watercolor artists of Russia, Spain, Italy. Gradually, she begins to exhibit her paintings at many exhibitions and venues in Moscow. And in 2014, her painting "Lagoon" participates in the exhibition of the Gallery "See Me" Time Square in New York. In 2015, the same gallery hosts a private show in the Louvre in Paris, where her photo work is presented. Over the next few years, Olga's paintings and photographs take part in Moscow and European exhibitions and festivals, and win the first prizes there. At the same time, Olga Nekrasova’s Workshop receives several orders to design large "Rosneft" residences. She implements the projects from architectural solutions to hanging paintings - "turnkey". For projects, clients order Olga Nekrasova a few series of paintings. One of the series of watercolor paintings more than a meter high was the landscape of the Primorsky Territory. These mountain landscapes and rocky beaches brought her memories back to her student work in stone. And also a series of work of favorite sunsets, sunrises and the underwater world was created by her. In July 2017, Olga is very fortunate to meet Pierre Cardin at his festival in Lacoste, where her watercolor paintings "Greek Dawn" and "Morning Ray" are shown at an exhibition of Russian artists, and after the exhibition are donated to the collection of Pierre Cardin. In 2018, Olga Nekrasova and Ksenia Yaremenko found the Rose 'Art Gallery and their first exhibition of Russian gallery artists is held in Lacoste during the the Pierre Cardin's festival. After that several further exhibitions ake place in Russia and Italy. Olga begins to work in the new alcohol ink technique. It turns out that the technique is ideally suited to her favorite meditative theme of the underwater world, as well as sunrises and sunsets. In the fall of 2019, the works participate in "Affordable Art Fair" in New York, where pictures with jellyfish, made in the technique of alcohol ink, are very successful. This technique is best suited to the main relaxation-meditative line in Olga's paintings. Miraculous textures draw the viewer's eyes into the depth of the picture, stop moment and make you distract from the bustle of our time.
I work in the technique of alcohol ink and resin. They reflect relax-meditative effect. Relax!