Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison
In an interplay of metaphor and time, artist John Dugdale invokes a world of light-filled chambers and sensuous bodies. From the muted blue luster of the archaic cyanotype process, his imagery emerges in a mist of loss and remembrance. In the manner of Julia Margaret Cameron's Victorian albums, Dugdale has created an extremely personal and vibrant body of work. Revealed in this first monograph of Dugdale's work is an artistic vision that weds contemporary consciousness with more ageless concerns.