Aleskey was born in Lipetsk. Now he lives in Saint Petersburg.
He took part at numerous exhibitions in Saint Petersburg, Moscow and Europe.
Alexey combines different styles: the school of old Dutch masters, surrealism, and graphics.
Favorite motifs: people in medieval clothes, semi-mechanical fish and animals, medieval feathers and mechanisms.
Special attention is paid to the lessirovka- a technique for preserving the freshness of paints, which was once used by Dutch masters.
In the process of lamination, translucent layers are superimposed on each other and thus an optical effect of mixing colors is achieved, when in fact they are not physically mixed. The lack of physical mixing allows the colors to remain saturated, because different pigments eventually begin to negatively affect each other.
Ezhov A., Beads game, oil, canvas