Artist 1981 is born in Kütahya. The apprentices given to them to learn the mystery, unfamiliarity and ability of the old artists were believed to have gotten hands from the masters when they soon matured and became good artists. In other words, the master left his inheritance in a sense to his predecessor, his skill and ability.
His late father, Sıtkı Usta [Olçar] At the Art Workshop, the artist who designed the Chinese in the modern lines of Traditional Handicrafts immortalizes the tiles of Sıtkı Usta and pays the debt to his father, who is awarded the Living Human Treasure prize by the UNESCO. The new products from the Sıtkı Workshop are signed by the collectors as ‘Sıtkı II’. Even within our own workshop, he can not copy the products of Sıtkı Usta. Forms and applications that have not been applied to Çini until now have passed through many cultures by using the Mosaic Technique applied for the first time in Çeşme, Çeşkülü ü Fukara Kapları, Çini and Seramik in the world.
NİDA OLÇAR’S EXHIBITION
– 2011 Çırağan Palace ‘Fountain in China’
-2012 Antalya Orkun Ozan Art Gallery ‘Anatolian Eagles’
-2012 İzmir Turkish American Association ‘Pir-i Reis Collections’
-2013 T.C Ministry of Foreign Affairs ‘Keckülü-ü Fukara’
-2013 The Ritz Carlton Ekavart Art Gallery ‘Hours’
-2014 Museum Hotel Art Gallery ‘Mixed Tile Exhibition’
-2014 Cemal Reşit Rey ‘The Sun from Past’
-2014 Sacred House – Cappadocia ‘World of Mosaic and Tile’
-2015 KATAR [Turkish Culture Year] -2015 G20 POLICE [Turkish Presidency Culture Area]