Nata Levitasova (b. 1996, Kyiv) is a Ukrainian artist. She grew up in a creative family. She graduated from the Faculty of Painting of Taras Shevchenko Kyiv State Art Lyceum in 2014 and the Department of Book and Easel Graphics of the Ivan Fedorov Ukrainian Academy of Printing in Lviv in 2018. The artist work with the subjects of industrialisation, the displacement of nature by cities, and the loneliness of man in the modern world. The style of painting tends towards neocubism and geometric simplification. Since 2014, the artist has been participating in group exhibitions in Ukraine and abroad. Her artworks are kept in the collections of the Khmelnytskyi Regional Art Museum (Khmelnytskyi), Artsvit Gallery (Dnipro), Lysenko Gallery (London) and in private collections of Ukraine, Germany, Switzerland, Great Britain, Lithuania, Finland, USA, etc.