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About Catastropher

Strive for ideal, Live in the real.
Artist Statement:
The interpretation of any visual representation is completely subjective, and claiming that I fully understand my inspiration would be fallacy. Allowing ideas to develop without an overbearing hand, produces the unexpected, and helps work out the unknown. If there is a larger purpose to this self serving act of expression, it is to inspire thought, feeling, and create a dialog.....
Whether that feeling be hope, disillusionment, whimsy, despair, or glee; human experience is all I can capture or recreate. Hopefully, in someway, this will help us to relate.

After advanced studies of cartoons as a child, Christopher Michael Creath pursued animation in college and as a career. Heavily influenced by surrealism, street art, exaggeration, and an affinity for texture, both organic and synthetic. Christopher’s work is often the result of a stream of consciousness, and based in fantastical settings. Using a muted color palette of aerosol, oil paint, and stain, on wood doors, or ink and water color on bar coasters, most of his work is messy and fanciful and often on found found objects; exemplifying the contrast explored in the visual social commentary. A native Californian, Christopher Michael Creath has worked as an animator, illustrator, painter, and teacher, but now spends most of his time sailing the concrete seas of these United States, open to opportunity and attempting to spread art and and cheer. He has shown in a few dozen galleries most notably “The Hive” Los Angeles CA, “The Occupy Wall Street Art Show” NYC, and “Rough Around The Edges” Windsor CT.
Catastropher joined Society6 on December 28, 2010. Verified on March 22, 2012.