Hello, Iam Olga. Very much glad you are here!
Olga Bez. (Bezverkhaya)
I am an impressionistic painter and a designer living in Milan, Italy. I was born in a Siberian city of Russia in 1988. I moved to Italy in 2013 to continue my design education. Now Italy became my second home, where my interest in painting was cultivated into a real passion.

My artworks are foggy, blurry,and seem to be out of focus because I am trying to capture the poetry of every moment, its soft subtle sensation which is just an echo of reality.

I am following my creative journey, experimenting and discovering my voice as an artist. Painting process brings me internal harmony and balance. It is a constant conversation with myself and the whole world at the same time. I hope to share my experiences with others, by bringing them harmony, calmness with my artwork, and making people feel the perfection of the world in every single moment.

I tell stories with my art that invite you to travel into those beautiful, ideal moments, when everything is just perfect - the weather, the location and people around you.
My hope is that my paintings have some taste of dandelion wine, which brings the best memories and dreams into your mind:
"And there, row upon row, with the soft gleam of flowers opened at morning, with the light of this June sun glowing through a faint skin of dust, would stand the dandelion wine. Peer through it at the wintry day - the snow melted to grass, the trees were reinhabitated with bird, leaf, and blossoms like a continent of butterflies breathing on the wind. And peering through, color sky from iron to blue.

Hold summer in your hand, pour summer in a glass, a tiny glass of course, the smallest tingling sip for children; change the season in your veins by raising glass to lip and tilting summer in"

― Ray Bradbury, Dandelion Wine
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Olga Bez. (Bezverkhaya) reserves the right to use and sell reproductions of sold work. The artist herself retains all reproduction rights, any artworks may not be reproduced without permission of Olga Bezverkhaya.