San Jose California - Artist Olga Kuczer -
Realism Impressionism Portraits
Olga Kuczer has come a long way from her hometown
of Orenberg , Russia to live her life with her love and love for art in
California. Olga’s natural artistic talents are inspired by Monet, and now by
the beauty of California.
Olga creates her art providing unique realism, using bright vibrant colors for
impressionistic and decorative styles. The paintings shown on this site were
created after her arrival to San Jose in March 2007.
Olga’s art history began from the first time she
could hold a pencil in her hands at the age of three. Throughout her childhood,
drawing was her passion. She studied art at the Samara Art School in her
pre-teen age years and was rated at the top of her class for sculpture. The
family moved to
Orenburg where Olga focused on her art with watercolor and gouache.
At the age of fifteen, studied academic drawing, classic painting, special
Russian Art, anatomy, composition, world art history, technical drawing,
perspective, and sculpture at Orenburg Art College for 5 years and became an art
instructor. Olga worked as an Art and Technical drawing instructor at
High School in Orenburg. At the age of 21 she worked at Orenburg University
creating show decorations for the stage plays and performances.
During this time Olga also spent one year studying interior/exterior design and
hand crafted ceramics.
Olga sold her original art and copies for the
past twelve years in Russia. Theses creative styles included Realism,
Impressionism, Surrealism, and Abstract stills provided as oil on canvas
paintings, portraits and murals including special art paintings using interior
walls of homes and stores as her canvas.