|Q: You have spoken about your pastel technique, which involves layering pigments on top of each other, up to 25 to 30 layers. When you do this are you putting the same colors on top of each other?
|Q: Last week you spoke about what happens before you begin a pastel painting. Would you talk about how you actually make the work?
|Q: How long does it take you to complete a pastel-on-sandpaper painting?
|Q: Can you discuss your process, including how you actually use Mexican and Guatemalan folk art figures in your art?
|Q: When and why did you start working on sandpaper?
|Q: What’s on the easel today?
|Q: Your “Gods and Monsters” series consists of tableaux of Mexican and Guatemalan figures that are photographed in a way that blurs certain elements to abstraction while others are in clear focus. Can you please speak more about this work?