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Karin Olah is a contemporary painter, collage, and fiber artist based in Charleston, SC. As an abstractionist, Olah’s paintings incorporate fabric, thread and mixed media. Olah is known for her fabric collages which mimic elements of the natural world. Her imagery is informed by quilt-making as well as the patterns and colors in her surroundings.
Olah is from Lancaster, PA, and attended the Maryland Institute College of Art. Following her schooling, Olah worked for several years in Manhattan managing a textile studio. Hand-dyed fibers continue to inspire each composition Olah creates.
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GREGG IRBY GALLERY
Gregg Irby Gallery in Atlanta is the contemporary fine art destination for discovering up & coming, regionally, and nationally acclaimed painters. Located on Atlanta’s Westside, Gregg Irby Gallery is not your typical art gallery. With 30 artists represented, more than 300 paintings and works on paper are hanging in the airy 3,400 square foot space with industrial high ceilings, vintage French lights and doors, and epoxy floors. Our team welcomes visitors as guests, rather than clients, encouraging them to casually explore at their own pace. The gallery’s passion and motivation is to launch truly talented and hardworking artists and to present established artists as they should be experienced.
In the 20 years of curating the works of artists, Gregg Irby Gallery has proven to be the source for discovering paintings and works on paper that will resonate for years to come.