The visually rich output of Olivieri brings to mind a profusion of influences and associations: The art of Mexico, the meditative qualities of Tibetan art, devotional art, and Persian miniatures. There is even a nod to the complex narratives of Hieronymus Bosch.
Olivieri told me, "I feel lucky that I have a life where I get to be creative. I have always wanted to make art that connects on an experiential level"that is honest, unpretentious, and accessible to all.
It's clear that she has achieved her goal.
This article is from the series "Evolution of an Artist"
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