About Color and Light
Sometimes we forget about “What” colors we have and “Why” we have them in our life. Sometimes we forget our unity with Nature. When we live in a neutral and colorless space, we begin to be the same.
Our eyes have 125 million light-sensitive cells that feed information to 86 billions neurons. Our most powerful sensory system provides over 80% of the information we process about the outside world. The quality of that information has huge implications for all of the internal systems that keep us healthy. The richer and more varied that information, the more our nervous system retains its quality, quantity, and speed.
Color and Life Resources
Color exercises all of our information processing systems from the light-sensitive cells through to neuron activity, supporting a healthy nervous system. Exercising supports the speed, quality, quantity, and flexible response of our nervous system to respond to environmental stresses.
When we consciously choose colors and create with color, we manifest our own uniqueness and the beauty of our inner world. We can always improve the link between our inner and outer world to support harmony in life and strong health. We can always look around with a smile, feel the sun, and make better choices. Bright colors reflect light that supports our health by strengthening our immune system and the harmonious balance of our inner world.
In paintings and illustrations, I use a multilayer technique. Bright colors reflect light that supports the inner world’s harmony with life’s energy. I use each color separately to save each color’s uniqueness. This is why colors save their brightness and my artwork shines from within. Different brushes and styles help me to explain what I want to create. From my study and practice, I also learned the power of colors in biology. Step by step, more than 160 paintings, and illustrations. The part of them are in private collections in Europe, and North and South America. Other parts of them are on these pages. Welcome!
With love, Olga
Representative /now – online:
MutualArt, London, UK