||Q: There are so many instances in the art world where paintings are discovered to be fakes. Do you think this is a potential problem where your work is concerned? Can your pastel paintings be forged?
||Q: Can you talk a little bit about your process? What happens before you even begin a pastel painting?
||Q: How long does it take you to complete a pastel-on-sandpaper painting?
||Q: Would you speak about the practical realities – time and expenses – involved in making your pastel-on-sandpaper paintings? What might people be surprised to learn about this aspect of art-making?
||Q: Your pastel-on-sandpaper paintings are very labor intensive. Do you typically have just one in progress at any given time?
||Q: To be a professional visual artist is to have two full-time jobs because an artist must continually balance the creative and the business sides of things. How do you manage to be so productive?
||Q: The handmade frames on your large pastel-on-sandpaper paintings are quite elaborate. Can you speak more about them?
||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?