||Q: How do you document your work?
||Q: Why don’t you teach or conduct pastel workshops?
||Q: You have written about how you came to your current subject matter, but what led you away from photorealism to work that while not exactly abstract, leans more in that direction?
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||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: Why do you need to use a photograph as a reference source to make a pastel painting?
||Q: What is it about soft pastel that you find so intriguing that you use it as your primary fine art medium?
||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?