||Q: What kind of art do you create?
||Q: Can you give us your current elevator pitch?
||Q: Your work is unlike anyone else’s. There is such power and boldness in your pastels. What processes are you using to create such poignant and robustly colored work?
||Q: Would you share your current elevator pitch?
||Q: Would you describe how you are taking soft pastel in new directions as a fine art medium?
||Q: I have been always fascinated with the re-contexualizing power of Art and with the way some objects or even some concepts often gain a second life when they are “transduced” on a canvas or in a block of marble. So I would like to ask you if in your opinion, personal experience is an absolutely indespensable part of a creative process. Do you think that a creative process could be disconnected from direct experience?
||Q: Does your work look different to you on days when you are sad, happy, etc.?
||Q: In your earlier “Domestic Threats” series, you liken your paintings to scenes in a movie. Is there an audition process? What qualities must a figure possess to be cast in one of your paintings?