Hard edge abstractions

In the 1960's there were a series of hard edge schools of abstraction, most notely Op-Art and Color Field. Besides the hard edges, with sharply defined borders, the artwork incorporated flat fields of color within the shapes. The hard edge painting was an America West Coast style of painting as compared to the gestural form... Continue Reading →

Sub-atomic Landscape

I am working on a new series of sub-atomic landscapes, which is a place/condition/state that we really cannot fathom. Interestingly physicists have started to determine that what might be occurring in our sub-atomic world is equally relevant to how the universe functions. My fascination with Quantum Mechanics still goes unabated. Featured artwork, Sub-Atomic Landscape LSTa092222-03-01 is 24... Continue Reading →

Artist talk – Memory Pods exhibition

Douglas Stockdale, Ellen Friedlander & Beatta Bosworth photo by Donna Cosentino, copyright 2021 There is an Artist talk, virtual on Zoom, tomorrow, February 25th, 5:30 – 7:00 pm (PST), and there is still space available, with the sign-up here. Louise Russell, Donna Cosentino, the Executive Director of The Photographer's Eye gallery and I will be discussing... Continue Reading →

Caustic Networks

LSTa0052 (Caustic Networks) copyright 2020 Douglas Stockdale When I wrote about the science of sunlight and creek water that created a series of caustic networks (light patterns) on the bottom of the creek bed, I think the idea to call this science + landscape series Caustic Networks was beginning to take hold. To one degree or another,... Continue Reading →

Book Development Virtual Workshop – LACP

Gardening For Ordnance, book-dummy copyright Douglas Stockdale My Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) workshop, Developing Your Creative Photo Book, due to the COVID-19 pandemic will be virtual on Zoom this year. This book workshop will be a series of three-hour Zoom virtual segments spread over a span of four sessions starting on Saturday, March... Continue Reading →

Moab Slickrock Metallic

LSTa9793 Douglas Stockdale copyright 2020 At the end of 2020 I was exclusively printing the Quantum Elements series on the Hahnemuehle Rag Metallic, nevertheless as I stated in at the beginning of this year, I am still trying other media that might provide a similar shimmer and luminance to the physical print object. The Moab... Continue Reading →

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