||Q: How do you think living in New York affects your work?
||Q: Another interesting series of yours that has impressed me is your recent “Black Paintings.” The pieces in this series are darker than the ones in “Domestic Threats.” You create an effective mix between the dark background and the few bright tones, which establish such a synergy rather than a contrast, and all the dark creates a prelude to light. It seems to reveal such a struggle, a deep tension, and intense emotions. Any comments on your choice of palette and how it has changed over time?
||Q: Would you speak about your first trip to Mexico?
||Q: How do you experience art in New York?
||Q: How long have you been working in your current studio?
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||Q: At the end of last Saturday’s (September 28th) post you mentioned something called, “Esala Perahera.” What is that?
||Q: What first intrigued you about Mexico?
||Q: Can you talk about the studios you have worked in over the years?