European Book representation – Anzenberger Gallery bookshop

I am very excited to announce that my limited edition artist book 'Middle Ground' is now available in Europe though the Anzenberger Gallery Bookshop! This Vienna (Austria) bookshop is run by the wonderful and talented gallerist and bookmaker Regina Maria Anzenberger. It is a real pleasure to work with her and her gallery team as... Continue Reading →

Ciociaria – Now in Frick Fine Arts Library collection

I am very honored to announce that my Ciociaria Limited Edition Fiuggi (book + print) is now in the permanent collection of the Frick Fine Arts Library at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The Ciociaria – Fiuggi edition will join my other books that in their permanent collection. Ciociaria was published by Edizioni Punctum in 2011 and two book + print limited... Continue Reading →

Morolo – An Italian urban landscape

Morolo, Italy (Ciociaria) copyright Douglas Stockdale 2010 While preparing to make another book announcement or two, I realized that it has been 10 years since my first book Ciociaria was published by Edizioni Punctum. Cool! Also realized that it's been almost as long as I have checked on the status of my social media and... Continue Reading →

Ciociaria – ten years after

This month is the ten-year anniversary of the publication of my first trade book Ciociaria by Edizioni Punctum (Rome, Italy) in 2011 and a great time for a retrospective discussion. In summary, this is a documentary of a central region of Italy that is well off the usually tourist path, yet a region that is... Continue Reading →

Memory Pods – 2021 Experiment/Play

Memory Pods (#192128) copyright Douglas Stockdale 2021 Yesterday when I published my update article about my progress on my eighth year of working on my Memory Pods series, I did not discuss something new for this series that I started my experiment/play process with. Up until this year, I have been keeping the background in... Continue Reading →

Trail Head – O’Neill Park

I think that I have to admit that I am still a landscape junkie. Yeah, I know, I need some therapy, so I get to blame this on my anxiety, so it ain't my fault. Yeah, right, as though there was someone else who composed this photograph and pressed the shutter release. sigh. The earlier... Continue Reading →

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