When I began work on Wold, I had just discovered the generative pattern used to draw the classical labyrinth. I loved that this ancient design has been around for thousands of years, and out … “Wold”
Scarab was exhibited in the 2016 exhibit The Next Chapter at Chautauqua Institution. The painting was mentioned in a review of that exhibit:
The rich blue and gold of Stoltzfus’ large, painted abstractions draw … “Scarab”
This is the final of the five prints on aluminum leaf in the Wanderer suite. All five prints were generated by taking high resolution scans from one drawing over the course … “The Wanderer, 5th State”
Here the circular marks that make up the image have become dense. This is the point when I really begin to see unexpected things happening in the drawing. In this image, … “The Wanderer, 4th State”
This version of the print carries touches of 24 karat gold leaf. The flecks of gold leaf are stenciled on – very much a “by hand” sort of thing, so there’s … “The Wanderer, 3rd State”
Do not go gentle into that good night.
Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
This painting is one of a group of images that I think of as twilight … “Late”
This rich canvas is one of a continuing series of paintings exploring the motif of light on bodies of water.
This painting was featured in a 2006 photo shoot by Kim Depole Design, which … “Slip”