Sunday, June 12, 2011

Drew Struzan

Drew Struzan
Starwars Copyright Lucasfilm LTD.

10 Questions With Drew Struzan


1.... who is your favorite artist?

No favorites, favorites would be stifleing.


2.... do you offer workshops for artists?

No


3.... what do you like to listen to while you work?


My own heart and head


4.... what medium and tools do you use to create your art?

anything and everything, anything that the picture demands

5.... during an average week how many hours a day / week do you work on creating art?

When I worked, sometimes 100 hrs a week. Always changed and has changed even now as I am retired.

6.... are you working your dream job?

It's has and always was a dream to work, to paint, to make art.


7.... do you feel its important for others to pursue their dream jobs?


Hold onto the dreams of your youth, your passion and your love. that's the reasons for life

8.... where can people see your work (online, conventions or exhibits)?

All of the above and all around the world. You'd have to be dead not to have seen it.

9.... was there a certain moment that you knew you wanted to be an artist?

I am an artist? ;-)


10.... is there anything else you would like to add or say to other artists?

Art is supposed to make the world a better, more beautiful and peacefull place for us all. It can be and should be the expression of all of our very best qualities. Love, joy, peace, kindness, justice, truth and ...love.

Walking Dead Copyright AMC 2010
Acrylic paints and colored pencils on gessoed board
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Copyright Warner Bros 2001
Acrylic paints and colored pencils on gessoed board
The Great Muppet Caper Copyright Henson & Associates 1981
Acrylic paints and colored pencils on gessoed board
Blade Runner Copyright Drew Struzan 2003
Acrylic paints and colored pencils on gessoed board

Drew Struzan

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