Alexandra G is known for vibrant and dramatic use of colour in all her subjects, often created in impasto (paint applied heavily) for texture, and even sometimes incorporating paper or fabric for effect. Alexandra has been artistic all her life, an inherent gift from both parents. Her varied career began with commissioned artwork before progressing to produce original clothing and working in professional musical theatre as set and costume designer. Alexandra has taught every form of art and enjoys the use of different media.
Having a passion for painting the human form it was through the Adonis Art Gallery (then in London) that she first attained international recognition and was thrilled to be one of only 6 female artists chosen from around the world to be published in the pioneering book "100 Artists of the Male Figure" (edited by E. Gibbons, publ. by Schiffer), celebrating the male form in art.