Stockdale book development workshop with Colorado Photographic Arts Center

Book-dummy, Gardening For Ordnance copyright Douglas Stockdale I am very excited to announce that I will be teaching my virtual book development workshop in conjunction with the Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) next May, 2022. This course was just announced by CPAC and its an honor for me to join this Denver organization's workshop team.... 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 →

Middle Ground – reimagined

Middle Ground, limited edition artist book, copyright Douglas Stockdale I am very excited to 'relaunch' the selling of Middle Ground, my limited edition artist book that I self-published in 2018. I have already sold half of the edition, but then I placed the promotion and sales effort on Hold in 2019. I have come to... Continue Reading →

Landscape as part of a Narrative

This is another urban landscape photograph that I am considering for my Instant Nomad Chronicles series as a follow up to my previous landscape article. This photograph could provide some background 'color' to my narrative about anxiety and travel. This would provide a broader environmental context that essentially sets the stage for where all of... Continue Reading →

Driving range was a military bombing range

copyright Douglas Stockdale How is it that a WWII/Korean War practice bombing/rocket range would end-up becoming a driving range for a demilitarized golf course? The serendipity of this occuring is pretty amazing. Instead of practice bombs and rockets while preparing for serious mortal combat with an arch enemy, we have a slew of individual hitting... Continue Reading →

Fading memories

While working on my project Gardening For Ordnance, in addition to the recent signage posted about the warnings for Ordnance and Explosive Waste, a.k.a. 'OEW' in military parlance, that are in my neighborhood, I found numerous older signs that were the worst for wear. In retrospect, these signs are more dire as the surrounding area... Continue Reading →

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