Organic Abstractions – Quantum Elements – new experiments

LSTa092207-2 (Quantum Elements) copyright 2020 Douglas Stockdale Since starting my Quantum Elements series and creating the various organic abstractions I have continued to experiment with various types of photographic equipment to alter the visual effects. Concurrently the conditions in which I set-up these experiments also change, even the dielectric medium I use to bend the... Continue Reading →

Getting back to normal

Wow, what a week. This entire week was pretty topsy-turvey with the 2020 American elections and on Tuesday is was a toss-up as the voting counting for the day came to an end, but some good omens were becoming evident. Likewise Wednesday, Thursday into Friday, Biden & Harris were making strong gains and then on... Continue Reading →

Roadside Memorial – Halloween

While working on my roadside remembrance series, this was a memorial I came across in Victorville CA located on a I-15 frontage road at an intersection into a small neighborhood. I had photographed this in mid-October and the sustaining memorial had been prepared for the Halloween season. From what I heard, the mother of Mark,... Continue Reading →

Abstract – The Alternative Exhibition

Ryuten Paul Rosenblum - Japan Temple Wall – Nanzenji The Southeast Center for Photography (SEC4P) had a recent call for Abstract (photography), juried by Blue Mitchell.  The exhibition call was looking for non-representational imagery from found objects in nature, man-made or figurative works and images that do not attempt to represent external reality, but seek to achieve its... Continue Reading →

Abstraction – art musings

I am not sure where I recall reading that Abstraction in art is relative to the eyes of the beholder. Or maybe that's just my rendition on the subject. Last month I wrote about my current 'Cover-19' series inspired by Quantum Mechanics and particle physics that explains some of the things we see if we... Continue Reading →

Bluewater Shore – Four of Us

Wow, still hot in Southern California (over 85F), while there is already snow in Colorado and elsewhere in the United States. So featuring another of my summer inspired paintings from my artist book Bluewater Shore still seems to make sense to me. Similar to my earlier post about my painting Summer Gang, this is another... Continue Reading →

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