Olga Volfova comes from an artistic family. She was most influenced by her uncle - the academic painter Miloslav Janku, who was known primarily as a painting region, a glass designer and a university professor. She has been working in fine arts, drawing and painting since he was four years old. In her work, she was inspired by trips around Bohemia and Moravia, as well as trips abroad. Her major works include cycles of oil paintings called Poemila, pastels entitled Memories of Carnac and the Erotica cycle.
In 2007, the work of Olga Volfova attracted the attention of an important Czech surrealist, artist, collageist and writer Ivo Medek Kopaninsky, especially her composition and the way of poetic expression. He was especially impressed by the cycle of oil paintings called Poemila, drawings from the cycle Memories of Carnac and Olga's self-portrait and figural painting. He therefore invited her to the project "Self-portrait in Czech art of the 20th and 21st century". The exhibition of works was organized by the Ales South Bohemian Gallery at the Hluboka nad Vltavou chateau in cooperation with the Gallery of Modern Art in Hradec Kralove.
Olga Volfova successfully worked in Poland, where she was invited in 2007 to a major international painting plein air "XVII. Impresje Mikołowskie ". Great success recorded in 2008 at the Biennial of Small Format in Venezuela, where Olga Volfova was selected with two other representatives from the Czech Republic. Gradually, she visited the Netherlands, Malta, Australia, Portugal, France, the USA, Canada, England, Scotland, India and other countries, which affected her with her unique atmosphere and significantly influenced her current work.
Together with pianist, music composer and leading performer in the field of piano improvisation Jiří Pazour, Olga Volfova also participates in the internationally successful project "Concert of Tones and Colors", a non-traditional artistic concert program that combines live piano music in concert improvisation and live painting and in which there is an unrepeatable fusion of two completely different artistic disciplines and also other worlds in a single moment, which the concert attendee witnesses.
Her works can be found in galleries and private collections in Poland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Australia, Venezuela, the USA, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.