||Q: When did you decide and what prompted you to become an artist? (Question from artamour)
||Q: When did you start using the sandpaper technique and why (Question from “Arte Realizzata”)
||Q: What is your earliest memory of wanting to be an artist? (Question from “Arts Illustrated”).
||Q: How do you think about risk? What role has taking risks played in your life/career? (Question from Emma Jacobs, VoyageMIA.com)
||Q; What was the spark that got you started? (Question from Barbara Smith via Facebook)
||Q: Was there a pivotal time in your life when you were forced to choose between two different paths? Do you have any regrets?
||Q: When and where did you start your career in the visual arts?
||Q: Your path into the arts was less than conventional. For many years you were an active duty Naval officer before you retired as a Commander. Oh, and not forgetting the pilot’s licenses you hold! Tell us more about yourself and why you decided to continue your journey into the arts.
||Q; When did you start pursuing art as a serious profession?
||Q: Mexico has been a big influence on your work. What first drew you to Mexican folk art – masks, carved wooden animals, papier mâché figures, and toys?