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About Alexander Gore

The artist as an observer decided after many years of visiting non-western places of culture to put his memories to use on visible surfaces for people to see. He continued his search for an arena where he could get an artistic experience. In the following years he had traveled down many roads getting ideas from countries which followed non-western traditions. After ten years of painting in New York, Alexander Gore moved to Miami, where he opened his own gallery. The hot southern palette has had a cheerful effect on his paintings, which have been nurtured by sun, epitaph and happiness of life. Invigorated by the energy of being in Miami he produced more than 6,000 original works that found a home in art collections all over the country and around the world. “In my art,” Alexander Gore says, “I try to convey the organic movement of colors across the canvas by using a strong line that hints all the shapes to come.” Gore’s works give a picture of black lines, curvy characters and intricate touches, creating an atmosphere for the imagination to fill. The great changes, of light and shade prompted him to paint weightless forms unknown to nature; he unlocked a vital energy and creative spirit. Gore’s style of art reflects a powerful surrealistic influence and incorporates countless travel experiences. He works in abstract and semi- abstract forms, weightless in time and space. His art portrays an alternative view of reality, one without borders and limitations. Alexander’s paintings, which are original and made with oil on canvas or paper, are immediately recognized by the dominant lines, twisted shapes and subtle colors. He has created a new style of art he calls “Agorism,” a style based on principle and motivated by surrealistic image. While Alexander Gore’s art has been shown in museums, galleries and auction houses globally, he has gained most renown along the East Coast, appearing in Washing DC, New York and Miami. “Imaginary forms are a huge part of human fantasizing that is the primary activity of a human. Visualizing and acting on it is a creative activity of an artist. All important ideas in our culture found a base in the past and the collective imagery of today produce all the archetypes in the western world. Images are always voices of inner self and to record is a moment of artistic ability.”