Olga Muzychko is an artist living and working in Toronto.
Growing up in artistic family at the coast of a Black Sea, Russia, she was surrounded by creative atmosphere most of her life. Olga studied painting in Russia and at Toronto School of art.
Her favorite subjects are landscape and city scape, she is nostalgically drawn to beauty of old, charming streets and spectacular architectural works.
”I adhere to the realistic principles of the Russian school. I see realism as an advanced graphic language, with no limit to its continuing opportunities. My teacher is nature itself --its beauty is everywhere. As I work, I feel the most important and complex decision I make involves which color to use for each part of an image.”
With this exhibition Olga shows her fascination with urban landscape. She exhibits regularly in local galleries and abroad. Her paintings can be found in private collections in Canada, US and Russia.
* March 2013: Participation in a group show at the Southern Nevada Museum of Fine Arts, LasVegas.
* December 2012: Inclusion in International Contemporary Masters art book Volume VI by World Wide Art Books
* November 2011: Toronto Public Library Pleasant View Branch, Solo Exhibition
* February 2011: Gallery “Prima”. City of Novorossiysk ,Russia, Group Exhibition
* October 2010: Toronto Public Library, Yorkville Branch, Solo Exhibition “Melodies of Old Streets”
* June 2009: Art 09 International Art Fair, Collaborative work with Tetsuya Kato
* March 2009: Toronto Art Expo 09, Collaborative work with Tetsuya Kato, a featured artist
* February 2009: Charity Auction - Russian Winter Palace Ball 2009
* January 2008: Oakwood Village Library and Art Centre, Solo Exhibition
* August 2008: Arta Gallery, "A dream within a dream " Group show
* June 2008: Parya Trillium, "Freedom art show" Group show
* May 2008: Thoreau Mac Donald House, Thornhill, " The colours of Life" Group Show
* November 2007: Arta Gallery, " It sounds like nostalgia" Group show