Douglas McCulloh is an artist based in Southern California. He is an honors graduate from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and holds an MFA in photography and digital media from Claremont Graduate University. McCulloh's work has been shown in museums, academic institutions, and galleries in the United States, Europe, China and Mexico, including more than two dozen large scale solo exhibitions.

McCulloh's major bodies of work are system-based and multi-layered. His projects share a number of common elements: a conceptual grounding in chance and sampling; high volume image making; the embrace of new technology; direct engagement with subjects; and the inclusion of layered information including photographs, texts, maps, sound and other data. 

McCulloh has a growing reputation as a creator of conceptually based work and a rising prominence as a chronicler of California. McColloh's books include Dream Street (Heyday Books, Berkeley, CA, 2009), On the Beach (Southeast Museum of Photography, Daytona Beach, FL, 2007), and The Edge of Air (Laguna Wilderness Press, CA, 2005).
 
McCulloh’s work is in various institutional collections including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Bibliotheque de National de France, Paris, California Museum of Photography, Laguna Art Museum, and the Southeast Museum of Photography, Florida.

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Recent works of art in a variety of media will be displayed in the Stuffed, Stitched, and Stretched exhibition. The exhibition includes works by a number of visual and conceptual artists. The exhibition will feature paintings, works on paper, mixed media, sculpture, and ceramics by George Durrant, Christine Oatman, Michael Steirnagle, Christina Li, Steven Dillery, Anthony Lugo and Raymond Warner.
A reception for the artists will be held at the Boehm Gallery on Tuesday, September 29, from 5 to 8pm.
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