Olga Kaczmar has been a graphic artist and advertising manager for 30 years. As a commercial artist, she had produced layouts and renderings for patent applications, ads, exhibits and brochures. Her computer-generated, famine-genocide posters have been shown throughout USA, Canada, Ukraine, France, Australia, and United Kingdom. In 2007 & 2008, her art was used to promote a film and book on the Ukrainian genocide of 1932. She founded an international organization and maintains a web site to unite relatives & friends lost after World War II.
She received a Bachelor of Arts in Communications: Electronic Media Program & Production but continued taking classes in figure, landscape and portraits. Currently, art teacher and artwork judge, Olga is devoting time to a more delightful side of art—drawing horses, dogs, cats and people portraits; using timeless tools such as oils, pastels, colored pencils, and watercolor. To view her work, see: www.olgakaczmar.com. To commission drawings or purchase artwork, please email her directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 661-254-5267.
Click below for Olga Kaczmar’s interview on KHTS AM-1220!