|Q: How do you know when a series has ended?
|Q: All artists go through periods when they wonder what it’s all for. What do you do during times like that?
|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?
|Q: I have been always fascinated with the re-contexualizing power of Art and with the way some objects or even some concepts often gain a second life when they are “transduced” on a canvas or in a block of marble. So I would like to ask you if in your opinion, personal experience is an absolutely indespensable part of a creative process. Do you think that a creative process could be disconnected from direct experience?
|Q: Why do you need to use a photograph as a reference source to make a pastel painting?
|Pearls from artists* # 34