||Q; What was the spark that got you started? (Question from Barbara Smith via Facebook)
||Q: What has been your biggest challenge so far?
||Q: I understand your comments to mean that being at the studio challenges you to be your best. How (why) do you think that works? (Question from Nancy Nikkal)
||Pearls from artists* # 292
||Q: Do you have a daily ritual that helps you start working in your studio?
||Q: What do you do when you are between paintings?
||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: How important is the feedback of your audience? Do you ever think about who will enjoy your Art when you conceive it?
||Q: You took classes at The Art League School in Alexandria, VA in the late eighties studying intensely with Lisa Semerad and Diane Tesler. How have these experiences impacted on the way you currently produce your artworks? By the way, I sometimes wonder if a certain kind of formal training in artistic disciplines could even stifle a young artist’s creativity. What do you think?