Czar Catstick Artist artworks for sale
Artist: Czar Catstick
Live in: London, Greater London, United Kingdom
Artworks for sale: 141.00
Czar Catstick Artist Bio:
Never Knowingly Understood : Stewart Ding Dong (Czar Catstick) is a London Based, Multi-Polar, Alter Cocker, Fizzy Pop Artist. Art-School in York, North Yorkshire, UK (Art & Design Foundation) and Nottingham (Photography Degree Course). Bemused by the ubiquitous Snobbery, Stewart is fairly new to the Tosh and Guff of the Art World - having sold out years ago - coming from a background of Television Post-Production, Graphics and Special Effects. Extremely prolific, the alter-egos are a way of relieving the boredom of being restricted to any particular style. I love all Art. Many of the themes reflect on Lowbrow Art, Fopdoodle and Kitsch studies, portraits of TV Personalities, Actors and Icons and a new series of 'Fizzy-Pop' Turingismus Portraits. "Often, I use references to well known Art & Artists (sometimes hidden) to pay homage to the people I admire". Pushing boundaries between abstraction and form, often referencing identity and nationality, still twisting my Melons (Man). Original London Photographs have been artworked to produce the Abstract Spot Painting Stylised Geometric Abstract 'Bauhaus London' Series. Colour and Shapes. Forms and Patterns. Arty-Farty-Malarky Tosh & Guff Working as the Emperor's New Clothes Collective, Big Fat Arts Gallery, London - Artists include Czar Catstick, Hertz Van Wental, Jack Smith (also on SaatchiArt) and Baxter Cane. Recent Commissions include a large 7ft Geometric 'Bauhaus' canvas for offices at London Bridge and a large (119.0x84.1cm) Digital Painting of Architect James Adam (21 July 1732 – 20 October 1794) now hanging in the main Drawing Room of the building designed and built by him in Portland Place, London. The artwork was commissioned by one of the Senior Partners of an International Law Firm now based at this address. "I need to create art that is satisfying and true to my own ideals, building a solid body of work that I can proudly speak about, describe, and explain. I am creating a NumberWang, not individual, independent, artworks. Most importantly, I am having fun. I hope it shows." CZAR CATSTICK (Never knowingly understood) For more information: The Rebel (1961) (US title: Call Me Genius) is a satirical comedy film. Starring the incomparable British comedian Tony Hancock. Hancock: But I’m an impressionist! Mrs Crevatte: Well, it don’t impress me! Scriptwriters Ray Galton & Alan Simpson: "The best review we ever had wasn't from a critic. It was from an artist, Lucian Freud. He said that The Rebel was the greatest film ever made about modern art".