Oksana Zbrutskaya was born in 1982 in Kiev. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine. The founder of the style "Ukrainian ethno-romanticism." Participant of numerous All-Ukrainian exhibitions and triennial, creative open air both in Ukraine and abroad. Laureate of the triennial of painting in 2012 and 2013. Pictures "Winter extravaganza" and "Christmas Eve" became the face of All-Ukrainian Christmas Exhibitions 2011-2012, 2012-2013. The artist's paintings are in collections of world and Ukrainian collectors, NUAU, Kyiv City Council, Pereyaslav-Khmelnytsky Museum of Folk Life and Architecture. Her paintings are sold at world auctions and galleries in Canada, the US and Ukraine.
The style of Ukrainian ethno-romanticism was identified by art historians in 2011 and officially patented in 2014. Ukrainian ethno-romanticism has become an independent direction of painting, a complex symbiosis in the contemporary confrontation of artistic beliefs "realism"-"modernism". The conceptual frame of the style is balanced - it is the awakening of the self-awareness, national dignity and mental identification. The need for national art is an important non-part in the development of modern world art. Conceptual architectonics consists of the romantic idea of pure and even childish-naive worldview, an unconditionally positive life-affirming philosophy and a flow of ethical genetic memory. Oksana Zbrutskaya's creativity is a sign of a certain integration: national, spiritual, temporal, ethnically-targeted and simultaneously aimed at the constant search for means of artistic expressiveness and free creation of new artistic images.