Olga Malamud-Pavlovich is originally from Russia and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. She was a professor of Chemistry at one of the famous Universities of Russia. She has begun studying art since childhood.
She continued her journey through the art world after coming to the USA five years ago. In New York she has studied some years with Frederick Wong at the Art Students League and has taken a number of workshops with other esteemed painters.
Olga’s paintings have been displayed at numerous group exhibitions in local galleries and business offices in Brooklyn and Manhattan, at the Art Students League of New York. Her paintings are also in private collections in Russia, Belgium and the USA.
She works with watercolor and acrylic, mixed media on paper and canvas. Among her creations, there are floral and landscape paintings in different season, seascapes in impressionism and abstract style.
Enjoy these images, and we hope that you choose to make Olga's art a part of your world.
the exhibition of the Pushkin Society’s Artists’ Guild, Grand Central Library in Manhattan, Grand Central Library in Manhattan