Olga Mosina Wildman

As with all painters whose work spans decades, painting styles evolve. Olga was originally trained in a traditional school of art, but over time has developed her own unique style. For Olga, her underlying philosophy has found expression in a mature style that can't easily be pigeonholed into any one art movement. Her work is neither fully abstract nor realistic. One can usually discern the subject of the painting, yet in her works the subject has been de-constructed to reveal its essential geometry. The color palette is intentionally intense to evoke an emotional response. When asked to define her most recent style, Olga defines it as "Analytical Cubism."

Venice Canal

Venice Canal

Tranquil Nocturne

Tranquil Nocturne

The Joker

The Joker

Morning Ballad

Morning Ballad

Daylight Dream

Daylight Dream

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