At the beginning of his artistic career, Mashinsky studied fine art at the Rutgers University. He graduated and received his Bachelor’s degree with a major in Fine Arts and minor in History of Arts.
Abraham Mashinsky started his career as a painter in 1986, when he had only 15 years.
In the early stages of his artistic life, Mashinsky received aesthetic influences from impressionism and post-impressionism.
In the mid-2000s, Mashinsky participated in many abstract art groups in New Jersey.
The main characteristics of Abraham Mashinsky artistic style are the strong presence of depth in his works and the use of strong contrasts of tones and colors. For the creation of his artworks, Mashinsky uses techniques aimed at focusing on more than one point of view at the same time. His artworks seem to be cheerful artistic compositions. Mashinsky sought to portray the essence of nature's lights. In some works, Abraham Mashinsky valued the fast pace of modern life, especially in New York.