Oleander – the Snow White lesson

  My attention to my Middle Ground artist book has been on hiatus for a short time; in retrospect I think that all of the leporello book binding I completed for this artist book edition in conjunction with preparing for the solo exhibition really took it out of me. It was pretty intense experience, but when a... Continue Reading →

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Memory Pods featured today on VoyageLA.com

Untitled (Memory Pods) 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale I am very honored that VoyageLA.com, a local Southern on-line magazine that features LA's Most Inspiring Stories, posted a shout-out about my recent Instagram post for my Memory Pods project. I was featured in the section for An Artistic Voyage (Exploring Local Creative and Artist Works); as now Trending (it's at... Continue Reading →

Ghost

  Part of resuming my work on my Memory Pods project has been to re-examine some of the earlier photographs. Case in point is this photograph that I had titled Ghost III. In the context of the larger body of work for my investigation, this somewhat abstract photograph is a portrait of the plant without... Continue Reading →

Winter on Trabuco Flats

Trabuco Flats, January, 2019 copyright Douglas Stockdale An unanticipated visual change to Trabuco Flats that I have recently notices are the winter conditions. In southern California during the winter months we gave brief amounts of rain. Which in turn creates a new look to the otherwise monotone brown landscape; green grass! (yes, we do not... Continue Reading →

The path to Trabuco Flats

Untitled, Trabuco Flats 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale Although I am spending more time with working on "straight" photographs for my Trabuco Flats project I continue to experimental/play with some of the images. Not entirely giving up on how I might incorporate some of these abstract images into this project, but exactly how I do it... Continue Reading →

Trabuco Flats – mystery noir?

Mysterious Circumstance site 9, Trabuco Flats, 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale Another aspect of experimental/play with my Trabuco Flats project is creating a pure black and white version, that would of course be my noir (dark) version. Why not? Or maybe a slight color tint to a black & white? So this long weekend while attending... Continue Reading →

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