Alexey explores the point of convergence between abstraction and surrealism to create a channel of communication between his inner world and his audience. He strives not only to share his personal vision but to invite his viewers to forge their own personal interpretations and narratives by involving them both emotionally and intellectually. His approach to his work is without preconception, allowing first for randomness. Alexey then takes advantage of the mind’s ability to derive order out of chaos. Finally, he strives to move away from banal copying reality toward creating one of his own—something that somehow reflects his inner world.
-- Raised in Eastern Europe, Belarus, Alexey's artistic path began at a young age. He started attending Children's Art School drawing classes when he was nine. Later, he went to an art college that further helped develop his artistic skills and gave him a sizeable practical base. In the early '90s, Alexey and his family relocated to Israel, where he resides and works today. Alexey has exhibited locally and internationally. His works have also been acquired by notable private collections worldwide. He has received numerous awards, most recently from Bruxelles Art Vue Foundation.