Flowing from his natural artistic talent and through progressive experimentation with various methods and media, Abe Mashinsky creates works of art in both the abstract and representational, the latter taking on the gracefully interpreted elements of the human structure, in an embracing ballet of form, texture and color. He uses conventional mediums like acrylic paint and water, as well as paper, canvas charcoal and chalk. He does push the envelope with anything from iridescent powders and alcohol to wood varnish and wax. As an independent artist, Abe Mashinsky spends every day in his studio working on paintings that focus on movements and interesting layers of paints and textures mostly with acrylic paints and ink on canvases and papers. The subject matters he enjoys the most are abstract, florals, abstract, transitional, and landscapes but not limited to. His art composition shows mixture as it happens, movement at a standstill creating a mood.
While still in school Abe began working as an artist, his work in this field won numerous awards.