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Patricia Stockman

Photography

Untitled
Untitled

Limited Edition Metal Print

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Imminent (Launched, 07.01@14:17)
Imminent (Launched, 07.01@14:17)

36" x 24" Limited Edition Metal Print

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Floating, 06.14@11:19
Floating, 06.14@11:19

40" x 20" Limited Edition Metal Print

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Classical Notations
Classical Notations

20" x 20" Limited Edition Acrylic Print

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Congregations
Congregations

Congregations 24" x 36" Limited Edition Metal Print

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Noted, 12_23@15:30
Noted, 12_23@15:30

20" x 10" Limited Edition Metal Print

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The Pilgrim Vindauga
The Pilgrim Vindauga

20" x 16" Limited Edition LaserJet Print

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This Way Through
This Way Through

20" x 16" Limited Edition LaserJet Print

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Five To One
Five To One

20" x 16" Limited Edition LaserJet Print

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Asphalt Delineated, 2080
Asphalt Delineated, 2080

24" x 36" Limited Edition Metal Print

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ING
ING

20" x 24" Limited Edition Metal Print

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Asphalt Delineated, 2049
Asphalt Delineated, 2049

36" x 24" Limited Edition Metal Print

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The field of photography is constantly expanding and changing, redefining itself and shooting off in new directions. There is ebb and flow between the traditional, analog photographic processes and the computerized, digital realm. I am influenced by this ebb and flow. My work ranges from “straight” photography, altered only be techniques that originated in the darkroom, to complex photo composites making full use of digital software.


I attempt to discover the beauty within our every day surroundings; universal occurrences defined by nature, or man, which might not ever be fully recognized, unless observed and documented with an artful eye. I search for components such as repetition, contrast, texture, a graphic quality to the subject, juxtaposition of incongruous objects, and employ a strong use of space.


I explore various surfaces on which to print, such as aluminum, acrylic and watercolor paper; as I feel the subject and composition dictate the presentation.


A photographer, designer and teacher for over 25 years, I am informed by changes in technology, trends in graphic design, my students’ learning, and my personal observations. I attempt to create photographic works that evoke a sense of familiarity, of awe and wonderment from dreams or memories, and of complexity through order and repetition.