||Q: Would you speak about the creative process that resulted in your 1994 pastel painting, “Amok”?
||Q: Can you talk a little bit about your process? What happens before you even begin a pastel painting?
||Q: Can you discuss your process, including how you actually use Mexican and Guatemalan folk art figures in your art?
||Q: Your relationship with photography has changed considerably over the years. How did you make use of photography in your first series of pastel-on-sandpaper paintings, “Domestic Threats”?
||Q: There is plenty of joyful and vibrant color in your work, but shadows are also ever-present. I would almost go as far as calling them the supporting players of your compositions. Can you elaborate on their importance and significance?