He has a very nice website showing a lot of his recent work and a blog which gives a lot of what's on his mind. And he updates them very often.
Here's a nice close up of one of his paintings that he displayed on his website. He's very soft with his faces which brings out the paint textures in many places.
It de-personalizes the subjects softening their faces. He reminds me a lot of Cezanne with how he depicts space through texture and color.
He makes such strikingly beautiful close ups.
The above link is an interview with Paul by Emptyeasel.com
They make an interesting point that he's trying to conceal or reveal the emotional state of the subject. Sounds similar to what I've been trying to explore with veils in my own personal painting and drawings.
Speaking of drawings, Paul's are very elegant--
He doesn't need to put every part of the figure in. The interviewer also discussed this at how "