Interview with Muralist, Alexander Savonnara
Q: When did you know art was a going to be a big part of your life?
A: I was seven years old. My grandfather taught me how to draw a jasmine flower, from his buddhist prayer books.
Q: Who is your all time favorite artist? Why?
A: My favorite artist is a street artist, named David Choe. His hustle and ambition is similar to mine. His art is profound and organic. He also doesn’t give a f**k and does whatever he wants.
Q: What is your preferred medium to work with?
A: Spray paint, paint markers, and acrylics.
Q: Have you used your art to comment on any social or political issues, if so how?
A: My last opening called “Joint”, portrayed the legacy of America, an how it effects our homelands in Southeast Asia, with genocide and warfare.
Q: As an artist how do you seek out new opportunities?
A: I paint with passion and dedication, opportunity finds me.
Q: What is your favorite piece you created and why?
A: I don’t have a favorite piece. I leave the emotions in my work and move forward.
Q: Do you have a new project coming along? What is something you can tell the public about it?
A: More shows. No reveals yet.
Q: What is a long term goal with your career?
A: To keep evolving and teaching my craft.
Q: What do you like about A.L.I.E.N Entertainment?
A: They support local artists like myself and spread love through hard work and dedication, to the craft.
Q: What is your favorite color?