Olha owes her love for beauty and art to her father, for whom she painted her first oil artwork when she was 26. The painting made the father happy – from childhood, he contributed to the development and realization of Olha’s creative potential.
She studied at the Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Austria. The Academy was founded by Oskar Kokoschka as the School of Vision in Hohensalzburg Fortress, which is the oldest of its kind in Europe. Olha’s artwork was noticed in New York and published in the book «International Contemporary Artists», as well as on resources of «Art Takes Manhattan».
Her artworks were on display in Ukraine, Austria, Italy, France, the US and Canada. In Kyiv, she held two personal art exhibitions «Live Colorfully!» and «Live Free!» that was implemented in cooperation with German, Hungarian, and Austrian Embassies. In Milan, she was selected to be part of an artistic project «Woman’s Essence» that represents the contemporary worldwide women artists and presented her art. In Paris, she was awarded with «Woman ART Award 2017».
Her personal art exhibitions took place in New York at the United Nations General Assembly building, Ottawa and Toronto. Her paintings are constantly on the temporary exhibitions in the offices of private companies and are in private collections in Ukraine, Austria, Italy, France, Norway, the United States and Canada.