|Q: What do collectors say about your work?
|Q: Would you talk about your first solo exhibition in a commercial gallery?
|Q: The first pastel painting you see every morning when you arrive at your studio is “Myth Meets Dream.” It must have special meaning. Would you elaborate? (Question suggested by Marlissa Gardner via Facebook)
|Q: How has the use of photography in your work changed over the decades?
|Q: Would you speak about someone who made a difference in your professional life?
|Q: How has photography changed your approach to painting?
|Q: Would you speak about the creative process that resulted in your 1994 pastel painting, “Amok”?
|Q: You have worked with twenty-plus galleries during your career. Which ones do you consider the best?
|Q: Can you tell us about the different series of work you have created and what they embody?
|Q: During one of the most gripping times of your life, you were personally affected by the 9/11 attack on our country. Your husband was killed on the plane that crashed into the Pentagon. Would you mind telling us about it and how it has shaped your work?
|Q: As you reflect on your overall art career beginning with your art education, what major event stands out as an important sign that you were headed in the right direction?