Olga Kleytman is a versatile artist; she's fluent in painting, drawing, and printmaking. With subject matter varied from figure to still life, Olga’s artworks reflect on her surroundings and are autobiographical. Born and raised in Ukraine, Olga moved to the USA in 2005, where she was happy to resume her artistic practice and to share her love for arts with her students.
de Young Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, "The de Young Open", 2021
“Survey 2019”, juried group exhibition, CCSF Artists gallery, 2019
"Into the Wild", group exhibition, Art Attack SF, San Francisco, 2018
"Home", solo exhibition, Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts, 2017/2018
SingleFare4, New York, NY, 2017
Art for AIDS, City Views at Metreon, San Francisco, 2017
de Young Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, "Sanctuary", 2016
ArtekSF, San Francisco
Hilldale School, Daly City
Kittredge School, San Francisco
Sharon Art Studio, San Francisco
My current media of choice is printmaking. I start with the idea of a simple plate and then through experimentation and, sometimes, accidental discoveries, the print transforms and finds its new state. I am enjoying intaglio and relief printmaking processes, some of my works are a combination of both.