Aleksey Bereznyak is a Russian artist currently living and working in village Zeleny, Moscow region.
Since childhood, he had a penchant for creativity and creativity, which led him to the University with an artistic bias.
After graduating from the Moscow state University of Instrumentation and Informatics in 2006 and gaining the knowledge of an engineer and an artist in one person, Aleksey began his career in the design of interiors, environment and furniture.
Since 2011, he became interested in working with wood and for some time engaged in the manufacture of joinery for their facilities.
Realizing that the design of interiors and the manufacture of joinery does not give the possibility of a full splash of creative necessity, I decided to take the path of art and continue my inner growth in this area.
There are several basic principles laid down in the objects on which Aleksey Bereznyak is working.
The main thing is a restrained rudeness, which could be characteristic of a person free from the influence of civilization and society. This can also be described as some need of contrast of real and true objects in relation to the "patent" of reality that surrounds us.
Abstraction, according to Aleksey Bereznyak, is the most appropriate form of self-expression and appeal to the viewer. This is due to the following principle, which is read in his works - meditativeness. The inner necessity asks to create in the real world something deep and powerful, something that has a huge mass incomparable with its real size.
Denying the pursuit of immortality of all that is called material, the artist turns to the viewer with an attempt to make a conscious attitude to the natural life of objects and removes from their products shields in the form of "eternal" protective coatings without emphasizing the performance characteristics.
In an effort to combine the above into one, Aleksey Bereznyak uses various techniques to embody the necessary image.