Stultz has a lifelong fascination with how we perceive and connect with both
the natural and built worlds. Through his ongoing investigations into art and
architectural history as well as the psychology of form and space, he has
synthesized a theoretical basis that informs all of his work. He gives close
attention to patterns of light and shadow, enclosure and openness, rhythm
and repetition, proportion and scale. Cultural archetypes and their various
meanings inform his thinking. As a result, his work has an immediate warmth
and broad appeal.