Ola Rondiak’s works can best be described as contemporary art with a historical conscience. Ola’s pieces stem from her family’s experiences living in Ukraine during the historical events of the 20th and 21st centuries. These events, from WWII and Stalin’s Iron Curtain to the current turmoil and struggle in Ukraine have shaped Rondiak’s world view. Emotional experiences surface in her artwork as her own history intertwines with Ukrainian history and tradition. Currently, Ola’s work can be seen at the Ukrainian Cultural Center in Paris; Zorya Fine Art Gallery in Greenwich, CT; The Ukrainian Art Gallery in Los Angeles; The Delaware Contemporary in Wilmington, DE; Bereznitsky Art Foundation in Kyiv, Ukraine; and The Ukrainian Congress Committee of America in NYC.