Aleksandra was born in Kiev, Ukraine where she obtained her fine art diploma. After meeting Michael Rozenvain, an established artist who later became her life partner and husband, they immigrate to Toronto, Canada, which they have called home since 2005.
Aleksandra’s artwork recreates the magical experience of strolling through her favourite cities and landscapes around the world. She fills her paintings with romance at every turn. Collectors around the world recognize her iconic scenes of vibrantly dressed couples strolling together, holding hands, and sharing an umbrella on a rainy day. The contrast between the gloomy rainy weather with the love and energy of the colourful umbrellas, creates a magical atmosphere of romantic ambiance. In her landscapes, Aleksandra captures the most powerful and intensely coloured creations of nature. Her passion for the outdoors is channelled through the expressive colours of her reflective lakes, luminous skies and endless mountain ranges.
Aleksandra’s inspiration is a combination between pointillism and impressionism. Building on and modernizing the movement of pointillism, Aleksandra uses geometrical shapes; squares, rectangles, and lines in different shapes, forms, and sizes to depict her favourite scenes. Her technique consists of applying the paint in a very structured and geometric fashion. Taking traditional subject matters such as street scenes and landscapes, and giving them a new, vibrant spirit. Her colour composition is rich, yet subdued, enabling the maturity of this contemporary artist to shine through. Using vibrant colors in her romantic street scenes and breathtaking landscapes, Aleksandra’s mission is to bring love and life into people’s homes.