The Saugus Public Library is currently exhibiting paintings by North Shore artist Olga Gernovski.
Olga Gernovski was born in the Ukraine, where her art education began. She trained intensively in painting and drawing for several years. In 1994, Olga and her family moved to Boston, where she completed her formal education at the Art Institute of Boston. Since then Olga has studied and trained with such masters as Kim English, Dennis Perrin and Peggi Kroll-Roberts. Over time, Olga has developed a unique personal style with bold brush strokes and deliberate color application.
Her paintings are held in private collections in many countries including the United States, Switzerland, Holland, Russia, and Ukraine.
“I hope that when people are looking at my paintings they feel the acuteness of a red blossom, the transparency of glass, the rushing forces of nature and the thrill of human emotions. At those moments… lines flow as music and every artwork is a confession.” – Olga Gernovski
Olga’s paintings are on view in the Library’s Reading Room (first floor)
Arts @ the SPL is made possible through a partnership between the Saugus Public Library and Galleries at Lynn Arts (GALA).
Published: September 3rd, 2019