London Based Pop Artist and Fine-Art Printmaker
Stewart aka Czar Catstick and The Emperor's New Clothes Collective #TENCC
All Fine-Art Gallery Editions on this site are sold direct from the artist. No fees are paid meaning the best possible prices. Happy to consider offers and commissions for new work!
Digital Editions are produced directly via my recommended Fine-Art Printers, The PrintSpace in Shoreditch, East London. These are sold as Digital Limited Edition 'Art Prints' and include Certificates of Authenticity.
Art-School in York, North Yorkshire, (Art & Design Foundation) and Nottingham (Photography Degree Course). Stewart is fairly new to the Tosh and Guff of the Art World, 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.
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.
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Colour and Shapes
Forms and Patterns
Tosh & Guff
CZAR CATSTICK (Never Knowingly Understood)