“Oliviya” Olga Golan was born in 1975 in
Sochi, Russia. She lives in Israel.
The start of her art career began in college
where she majored in art. From 1991 to
1993, she learned in an art school. Golan
then learned in the academy of arts, V.I.
Surikov, in Saint Petersburg. After
completing her studies, she continued her
education in multiple art forms such as
abstract, modern sculptures and urban
sculptures. She learned privately under G. Edward, S.
Vladimir and M. Segal as well as took private lessons
with Slava Timchenko.
She is an impressionist artist that works mainly with
a palette knife and oil paint. Her paintings are
notable for their thick, elevated texture and bright
Golan has participated in multiple group exhibitions.
She also had an exhibition in W Towers. She has art
displayed in a number of galleries.