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Dr. Olga Zbarskaya

The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?

An International Art Exhibition

(November 7 through January 8, 2021)


As the president of Ozcredo, Dr. Zbarskaya is a highly respected author, scholar, and administrator. An expert in international research on mental fitness, creative thinking, Olga Zbarskaya has served as a Judge for the TAA Textbook Awards Program, NOHS Senior Reviewer, CMPI Board of Directors Member, and Hunter College S.S.W. Alumni Board of Directors. Dr. Zbarskaya has received The TAAA and International Libraries recognition as well as “The National Society of Leadership and Success”, “A woman who sets the standards,” “Top Ranked U.S. Executive,” “The NYF Mission,” “Editor’s Choice,” “The International Diamond”, “Golden Sycamore,” “Silver Duke,” and other international awards. “Brainstorm! Practice for Unrestricted Imagination and Original Thought” by Olga Zbarskaya, the first textbook on creative thinking for higher education offers a scientific explanation for the thought processes that propel our creativity and fuel our brain.


The concept of mind booster art is an innovative breakthrough in the scientific, humanitarian, medical, and artistic communities. All properties of an image including its color, shape, dynamics, depth, and texture are consciously combined to stimulate cognitive and emotional abilities while maximizing emotional fitness and creative problem solving. During COVID-19, mind booster art images were installed in hospitals and healthcare facilities to help medical personnel cope with challenges. Mind Booster Art - acrylic, mix-media, or made of stones - was invented to bring energy, positive attitude, and joy as well as create a mind friendly environment conducive to creativity. Olga helps people find the way of perceiving the world through the prism of vivid images, new patterns, connections and possibilities. This new world perception facilitates the transformation of dormant dreams into reality.

Dr. Olga Zbarskaya

Dr. Olga Zbarskaya


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