||Pearls from artists* # 510
||Pearls from artists* # 384
||Q: What is the one painting that you never want to sell?
||Q: You often speak about the Mexican and Guatemalan figures in your paintings as serving a function analogous to actors in a repertory company. In other words, a particular figure plays a different role each time it appears in one of your pastel paintings. Would you choose a figure and show how you have painted it through the years?
||Q: You have spoken about learning to fly at the age of 25. What airplanes did you fly?
||Q: Can we see some of your early potraits?
||Q: You have sometimes spoken about your early work as a portrait artist. When and why did you start making portraits? Do you still do them?