Stockton is known for her large-scale woodcut prints. Her imagery is nature/science-based and has been featured on many covers of Nature Genetics Magazine.
Recently, she has exhibited at BrownUniversity; the Wexford Arts Center in Ireland; and at the Inverness County Centre for the Arts,Nova Scotia. She won second prize in The Prints America juried competition (the juror was Jacob Lewis, Pace Prints, New York City) and Best in Show at the Ridgefield Guild of Artists juried competition (the juror was Benjamin Genocchio, New York Times).
The artist is an active member of the Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk; Silvermine Guild Arts Center, New Canaan; and the Washington Project for the Arts, DC.
Don’t forget that Ulla Surland is back in her downtown Fairfield turf at 11 Unquowa Road, where she also offers interior design services. Check out her cool storyboards to the right when you come in.