Dreaming (during a pandemic)

With the rough edit completed for my China project I am starting to attempt to resume a normal life...during a pandemic. sigh. Thus my fourth self-affirmation diptych mini-poster (third was published here) about a subject that seems to come up often for me, dreaming about what I might be doing when everything gets back to normal.... Continue Reading →

TechTransfer

A status report on the progress of my TechTransfer project that I discussed in my last post while considering an extensive body of photographic work I had created earlier in China. First, I am becoming more comfortable with the working title TechTransfer, which still might morph to one of my earlier names that I was... Continue Reading →

Gardening (For Ordnance)

One of the interesting outcomes of preparing to make my Gardening For Ordnance publication submissions is that I am gaining better clarity on the pre-visualization of the pending book (yes, there is always another book in my future). It also became apparent that I have a bunch more color film negatives to scan (and maybe a... Continue Reading →

Books at Arcana: Books on the Arts

Bluewater Shore, limited edition artist book (at Arcana), copyright 2017 Douglas Stockdale Yesterday I had an opportunity to meet with Lee Kaplan at his bookstore, Arcana: Books on the Arts, which is located in Culver City (CA) and present my three books; Bluewater Shore, Pine Lake and Ciociaria. I am now very happy to announce... Continue Reading →

OCMA Family Day out-take

Compass Dance, OCMA June 2017 copyright Douglas Stockdale Last weekend I was the event photographer again for the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) Family Day held in conjunction with their latest exhibition. Although my intent was to capture the interaction of the attendees with the exhibition, family activities and school concerts, I was able... Continue Reading →

Bluewater Shore – limited edition artist book

  Bluewater Shore (book with poly slip-cover) Copyright 2017 Douglas Stockdale Bluewater Shore is a semi-fictional visual narrative about a young woman’s holiday, an exciting unescorted trip to the shore with friends, which is set in the late 1940’s. It investigates a new sense of independence for women that occurred during and following World War II... Continue Reading →

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