March 8, 2011

Meet the correspondents: BERLIN > Olga Prudnikova















"I’ve started sketching while travelling and then I've brought this habit to my everyday life. I found out that drawing makes me look even at my home town, Moscow, with different eyes. In this photo I'm sketching Garage, a contemporary art gallery in Moscow.

I’ve lived in Berlin for about two years now and I am still discovering the city.
Urban environments, people's faces and daily life moments fill up my sketchbooks and this help me to observe more carefully things around me".



Olga's blog.
Olga's art on flickr.
Olga on USK Moscow

19 comments :

Rolf Schröter said...

hi olga, great you are here!

Kate (Cathy Johnson) said...

Welcome, Olga, will look forward to seeing more of your lovely work!

gabi campanario said...

welcome Olga!

Firefly Workshop said...

Good to have you us!! Big welcome Olga.

kane said...

Fantastic drawings.

Laureline said...

Hi Olga! It was wonderful meeting you and sketching with you and Rolf a few days ago! I have sketches of you to post and I will soon. So glad you're now part of Urban Sketchers!

Suhita said...

Olga,Looking forward to traveling through your sketches!

Olga Prudnikova said...

Thank you all for welcoming!

Cristina said...

Lovely shade of red in this one. It gives a superb atmosphere to the whole pic

Bajzek said...

Welcome Olga!

NORBERTO DORANTES arquitecto said...

Wellcome Olga! greetings from Buenos Aires
Very expresive your work!

kumi matsukawa said...

Welcome Olga! Looking forward to seeing more of your works!

Isabel said...

welcome Olga

MrDewhurst said...

Nice work, looking forward to seeing more!

Liz Steel said...

Welcome Olga!!!! Looking forward to seeing more of your sketches

TIA said...

Noticed your great work for a while. great to see you here and welcome!

patmosphere said...

I agree with your comment about the process of 'urban sketching' opening your eyes to your environment afresh - however familiar! Like Cristina, I particularly like the soft colours of the blossom trees thrown into relief against the rich textures of the elegant built backdrop.

Don Low said...

Welcome!! Love your work!

Matthew Brehm said...

Welcome, Olga!