Alex Arshansky is a self-taught artist working in his original style of “Biomorphic Cubism”. Alexander is a prolific artist living in San Diego, California with over 1000 paintings produced since 2008, when he started a serious persuit of the artistic career. Now, Arshansky has an exclusive representation by Sparks Gallery in Southern California. The Artist is originally from Moscow, and moved to the United States a quarter century ago. The extreme change of climate, environment and culture have affected his artistic vision and expression: the work has evolved into what resembles Ancient Mayan Art with a rounded cubist twist of his complex mind’s eye. The art explodes into a bright array of color-space elements and lines that make up each painting: Like in a mosaic: from parts comes the whole – an observer will discover many parallel stories and realities within each artwork. In addition to many hours of work, the artist puts his heart and his soul as a projection of emotions and feelings the artist experiences into each piece. Most people say that they feel a deep connection with his work on a very personal level. To Arshansky this is the greatest reward, rather than the acclaim and the recognition, although ever-tempting, they are not the driving motivation. Alexander has a compulsive need for the creative process, and believes that making art creates a chain reaction of inspired minds in all forms of expression in order to make this world more beautiful, complex and magical. he Artist strongly believes in personal development both intellectually and spiritually, as the fusion of logic and intuition produces the best results. Alexander is a scholar of palmistry and hand analysis, and uses symbols and signs found on our palms in his paintings. If you live or visiting the area do not hesitate to contact about a an interesting palm reading. Alexander works as a full-time Russian over-the-phone interpreter and paints as he interpreters. All the random emotions and stories of people around the world, their pain, joy, problems and victories serve as an inspiration and energy for much of his latest work. His landscapes are playful, and his non-figurative abstract pieces are modern flattery to the works of Kandinsky, while Picasso and Dali are still those important influences who were artistic rebels of their time. Arshansky’s paintings are owned and have been seen around the world through his many travels.