Sculptor, Painter, Designer; This amazing talent has been making his impression on walls, streets, canvases and galleries for over two decades with a range of powerful paintings, sculptures and street art. Polish born, Cezary Stulgis, is based in Australia and has answered a few questions for Collate Culture…
CC: If you were to paint a picture of your studio/ workspace, describe what would it look like right now?
CZ: It’s currently not being used as I am doing the next stage of my sculpture in The Foundry, so my studio is neat and most things are put away.
CC: What is your favourite medium to work with and why?
CZ: In sculpture I like using clay but also like to weld steel and use wood as well. In painting I use acrylics and spray paint.
CC: How do you know when a piece of work or series is finished?
CZ: I just know intuitively as well as being happy with it and not overworking it so it retains a freshness about it.
CC: How difficult is it to discard work that isn’t working?
CZ: Very easy just go over it with a roller.
CC: What is the symbolism of the dogs that feature heavily in your work?
CZ: They are a metaphor for human behaviour and pack mentality.
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