Olga Varlamova

作者的作品

Psalm 8

Psalm 8

Paper for museum storage, black and coloured ink for calligraphy, quills, brush, 39,5х60 cm, 2010
From the books of the priest Valery Dyachkov

From the books of the priest Valery Dyachkov

Ex libris. Coloured paper, ink, sharp-pointed nib pen, 8.85x22.49 cm, 2009
From the books by priest Valery Dyachkov and Mother Nina

From the books by priest Valery Dyachkov and Mother Nina

Ex libris. Coloured paper, ink, sharp-pointed nib pen, 9.78x23.3 cm, 2009
From the books by Maksim Tychkov

From the books by Maksim Tychkov

Ex libris, Coloured paper, ink, sharp-pointed nib pen, 3x6.5 cm, 2009
From the choir books of Borovichsky Holy Ghost Monastery

From the choir books of Borovichsky Holy Ghost Monastery

Ex libris. Coloured paper, ink, sharp-pointed nib pen, 8.9x9.05 cm, 2009
Let my prayer be perfected

Let my prayer be perfected

Calligraphic composition on a motif of hieromonk Roman. Paper, black and coloured ink, sharp-pointed nib metal pens, 40x60 cm, 2009
Project mission: to form a beautiful and healthy society

Project mission: to form a beautiful and healthy society

Paper, black ink, sharp-pointed nib metal pens, 42x29.7 cm, 2008
Calligraphy. The project goal is  to restore the lost art of calligraphy in Russia

Calligraphy. The project goal is to restore the lost art of calligraphy in Russia

Paper, coloured and black ink, sharp-pointed nib metal pens, 29x37 cm, 2008
Easter

Easter

Black paper, tempera, watercolours, pastel, brush, drawing pen, 28x50 cm, 2009
Сopy-books. Part One

Сopy-books. Part One

St. Petersburg, 20x29 cm, 2008
We have a heritage worth saving

We have a heritage worth saving

Paper, black and coloured ink, sharp-pointed nib metal pens, 42x29.7 cm, 2008
Hallelujah (hieromonk  Roman (Matyushin))

Hallelujah (hieromonk Roman (Matyushin))

Blue paper, black and white ink, 56x43 cm, 2008
Arguments and facts

Arguments and facts

Ink, sharp-pointed nib and broad-nib pens, 42x29 cm, 2008
Dante

Dante

Paper, ink, pens, 29x41 cm, 2007
Old Russian Cyrillic Cursive Handwriting

Old Russian Cyrillic Cursive Handwriting

Brush, pen, ink, 31x44 cm, 2007
My sweet angel

My sweet angel

Black paper, white ink, pointed pen, 32x50 cm, 2008
O Heavenly King

O Heavenly King

Cotton paper, black and white calligraphic ink, feathers, brush, 28x56 cm, 2010
Church Slavonic Ornate Lettering

Church Slavonic Ornate Lettering

Blue cardboard, gold ink, white tempera, broad nib pens, sharp-pointed nib pen, reed brush, 35x67.5 cm, 2010
“Prayer for Peace”. Triptych.

“Prayer for Peace”. Triptych.

Paper, ink, gouache, crayons, broad-nib metal pens, pointed brush, 3 sheets of 46х65 cm size, 2014

生平

Olga  Varlamova

Olga Varlamova was born Leningrad in 1985. In 2002 she graduated from the architecture class of the St. Petersburg Lyceum #190 with honors and entered the Stieglitz State Art and Industry Academy in St. Petersburg, Easel and Book Graphics Department. For three years she was a student of Pyotr Chobitko.

Since 2005 she has been a student of Chobitko’s School of Calligraphy, teaching calligraphy at an Infant Sunday School at the Holy Ghost Monastery (in the town of Borovichi). Since February 2008 she has taught calligraphy in Lestvitsa culture and education centre, under the Icon of Our Lady “Joy of All Who are Sorrow” Cathedral in St. Petersburg.

In 2005, Olga participated in the First Script Exhibition which was held in the St. Petersburg Union of Artists exhibition hall. In 2006 she became one of the organizers and contributors of a summer practice exhibition named “One Summer in Borovichi”, which was held in the Easel and Book Graphics Department auditorium in the Stieglitz State Art and Industry Academy in St. Petersburg.In 2006 she participated in the Second Script Exhibition in loving memory of Mother Superior Thaisia of Borovichi. In 2007 she participated in the “Altai” final summer exhibition at the Stieglitz State Art and Industry Academy in St. Petersburg. In 2007 she was a partaker of the Image and Letter exhibition first held at the White Hall of Stieglitz State Art and Industry Academy in St. Petersburg. In 2005 and 2008 she was the prize-winner of the Muses of St. Petersburg contest.

In 2008 she took part and was one of the organizers of the Art of Script exhibition, in the context of the Fourth Thaisian Readings.

In June 2008 she defended her final thesis at the Stieglitz State Art and Industry Academy in St. Petersburg.

Since September 2008 she has taught Calligraphy and Font at the Stieglitz State Art and Industry Academy in St. Petersburg, at the Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna High School of Folk Arts College, and the School of Calligraphy under the St. Petersburg branch of The State Tretyakov Gallery.

In 2008 she featured in the International Exhibition of Calligraphy in the Repin State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture. In 2009 she was a participant of the St. Petersburg Calligraphy exhibition, as well as of “Svyato Kirillitsy 09” festival in Kharkov. In June 2009 she made a calligraphic decoration of the Saint Tsar-martyrs exhibition in Borovichi.

Olga has been an Intern-professor at the St. Petersburg Calligraphy School since November 2009.