Alexandra Knabengoff was born in Smolensk. At an early age with parents moved to Moscow. Finished MARHI. She worked as an interior designer, designer of clothes and prints for shoes of her brands. Engaged in the development of logos for private companies. She participated in the creation and design of several quests in Moscow for "Claustrophobia". She developed her professional skills as an artist at numerous master classes. For a long time I drew for myself what my friends and acquaintances presented. Having lost interest in the work of an interior designer because of the boring designs that most customers choose, they plunged completely into art.
Designer own line of lamps and interior elements.
A strong influence on the views of Alexandra as an artist had a family breakdown at an early age. Masters such as Salvador Dali, Freeda Cala and Hans Giger greatly influenced Alexandra's work. He believes that the works should be a fantasy of the artist, the ability to show his vision of some plot lines or images. And the nature can be photographed on the phone and printed in a photo studio.
She writes mostly surrealism mixed with abstract art, futurism, impressionism. Not afraid to try yourself in different new directions. Loves a lot of color. Laying their unusual meaning in the vision of various images and relationships between people, their love and loneliness, their strangeness and unusualness in ordinary details.