mån 08 juni | Sockerbruket 17, 414 51 Göteborg, Sweden

Figurative painting in Oil with Olga Krimon, 8-12 June 2020

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Figurative painting in Oil with Olga Krimon, 8-12 June 2020

Time & Location

08 juni 2020 09:00 – 12 juni 2020 16:00
Sockerbruket 17, 414 51 Göteborg, Sweden

About the event


Date: June 8-12

Level: Beginner to Advanced

Medium: Oil on Board or Canvas

Class size: 12-16 students

Material list: Will be send upon registration

Location: Gothenburg, Sweden

Price: Euro 980 (includes VAT, 30 hours of class, life models, easels, solvents and brush cleaner, welcome drink Sunday)



Olga will teach her approach to composing a strong painting, modeling the form, and merging reality and imagination - there is so much more to a painting than just representing what you see!


Olga Krimon is a Ukranian born artist whose evocative figure paintings have received wide acclaim in exhibitions across the U.S.A.  Born in Odessa, Olga Krimon received academic art education in Kazan, Russia where she was largely influenced by Repin, Serov, Brullov, Levitan, Kramskoy, Fechin and other Russian titans. She then discovered Sargent, Zorn, Sorolla and Cecilia Beaux and the inherent movement and bold brushstrokes in their pieces. Over time, she developed her own style grounded in fundamental principles of academic realism, sensitivity to subtle value and color transitions, and yet bold energy of movement and expressive brushstrokes.

She continued to grow and develop her skills later in America, through drawing classes with Glen Orbik and painting classes with Jeremy Lipking. Olga continues to refine her craft through independent studies and daily practice. 

Olga’s Figurative and Still Life Paintings have been recognized with awards by the Portrait Society of America, Oil Painters of America and Art Renewal Center International Salon Competition.

Artist statement: “I take reality. I absorb it through the mill of my experiences and schooling, and then I produce a new carefully designed reality that evokes feelings and memories. This reality takes abstraction of strokes, edges, values and color relationships, and morphs them into a world that I imagined, that affects a viewer on a level deeper than words”    

You can see more of Olga’s work here: Instagram@olgakrimon

  • Olga Krimon

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