Ola Rondiak (UkraIne - )


Ola Rondiak, a graduate of Hunter College, grew up in Ohio in a Ukrainian family. She studied art in both Ukraine and Hungary. Her paintings stem from her family’s experiences living in Ukraine, the events of WWII, Stalin’s Iron Curtain, the Orange Revolution, and the Revolution of Dignity. The Orange Revolution in the fall of 2004, as well as the Revolution of Dignity in 2013, shaped Rondiak’s worldview; emotional experiences began to surface in her paintings, family history intertwining with Ukrainian history and tradition.
Ola lives and paints between Kyiv, Ukraine and New York City. Some of her recent exhibits include the Tauvers Gallery International, in Kyiv, The Delaware Contemporary in Wilmington, DE, the US Embassy in Kyiv, Ukrainian Embassies in Berlin and Munich, Odessa Opera House in Ukraine, Nymphenberg Castle in Munich, and Ukrainian National Museums in Cleveland, Ohio and Chicago, Illinois.  Her paintings can also be found in private collections throughout the world. Ola's artwork is currently on display at Zorya Fine Art Gallery in Greenwich, CT. Currently exhibiting at the Ukrainian Institute of America, in New York this month, and an upcoming exhibition in Rome, Italy, in July.

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 Ola Rondiak - Identity