Olga is originally from Russia, where her passion for art began. Inspired by the culture of her home country, she took up several art forms, primarily enameling, before moving to the United States in 2008. There, she no longer had the tools needed for enameling, and quickly developed a love for ceramic sculpting. She loves working with clay because it allows her as an artist to create anything she can imagine. Her recent work ranges from jewelry to Native American inspired wall hangings to internationally inspired masks. All of her pieces are uniquely and intricately formed by hand, and no two pieces are ever the same. Their one of a kind forms, and vibrant and varied coloration make them a very original addition to any art or jewelry collection.