Alexandra Haynak, traditional and digital artist, also known as Tsukiko Kiyomidzu, is a russian watercolor and digital artist. She was born in 1996 in Usol'e-Sibirskoye, a Siberian town that is known for its moody atmosphere. Alexandra was engaged in painting since she went to primary school, and started her career as an artist when she was 16. After graduation from school, Alexandra decided to continue to develop her style as a self-taught artist in order to avoid any stylistic limitations imposed by russian art movements.
There are two main stylistic directions in Tsukiko Kiyomidzu's works: multicolored watercolor paintings and black-and-white digital arts. Two different techniques allows the author to create two separated lines of works that often contradict each other in terms of the atmosphere, symbolic meaning and stylistic devices that was used to create the abstract or surreal image.