Vira Olevska’s art is one that is continuously propelled by love. Her works often feature vibrant colors and lively character designs that bring a likeness to the Sunday morning cartoons that many of us watched as children, but underneath these visuals, one can find stories of grief, rage, but also the joys that exist between them. “Drawing this art and having this innate desire to focus on the positive side is how I process all the anger and sadness and difficult things.”
The young Ukrainian artist is something of a renaissance woman, immersing herself fully in every endeavor she attempts, from drawing, diving, and even music production. To Vira, all these channels become tools for her to explore her creative imagination and the self, all of which she always does with passion. It is no wonder then that her works convey her feelings with the same level of genuineness that she put into creating each piece.