Olga was born in St. Petersburg, Russia. She graduated from Leningrad State University with a degree in Astronomy.
Olga lived and worked for many years in Finland, USA and Japan doing photography, teaching, illustrations and fine art. A number of Olga's paintings are in private collections and organizations in those countries.
While living in Japan she studied culture and philosophy, practiced traditional dancing, calligraphy and ink drawing which gave her material for the children’s book about life in Japan that she wrote and illustrated when she returned to Russia.
Olga moved to New Zealand in 2004. She upgraded her qualifications gaining a Diploma from Natcoll Design Technology and since has worked as a graphic designer and a tutor in Christchurch.
While in New Zealand she started to invest more time into developing her drawings and paintings, became more involved in exhibitions and shows with her fine art.
Since January 2014 she has settled with her Tasmanian husband in Launceston.
Collective exhibition in Embou Gallery.
Two collective exhibitions in Christchurch Art Centre.
Solo exhibition in Aoraki Polytechnic.
In 2013 artworks selected by jury for The Art Expo in Nelson.
Displaying artwork with Launceston Art Society and Tasmanian Art Awards exhibitions.
The pastel portrait ‘Little Artist’ won the major prize at Holy Trinity in 2014.
Works displayed for sale in Scottsdale Art Gallery Cafe.