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Road with Men Walking by Bill Czappa
Wheat Feilds with Cypress Trees by Bill Czappa
Starry Starry Night #4 by Bill Czappa
Starry Starry Night 3 by Bill Czappa
Opie Magnum by Bill Czappa
Robo Lamp by Bill Czappa
Hamilton Contemplates the Begining of Time by Bill Czappa
Shooting Star by Bill Czappa
Antipasta by Bill Czappa
The Handy Man, The Handy Man Can by Bill Czappa
Choking the Chicken by Bill Czappa
Statue of Captivity by Bill Czappa
The Significance of This by Bill Czappa
Test Pattern by Bill Czappa
The Piana by Bill Czappa
Late Into The Night by Bill Czappa
The Cerial Killer by Bill Czappa
The Carpenter by Bill Czappa
The Spruce Goose II by Bill Czappa
The Father Son and Holy Ghost by Bill Czappa
Kostabi 3D by Bill Czappa
The Last Supper with Tupperwear by Bill Czappa
Starry Starry Night 2 by Bill Czappa
Monument to the End of Time by Bill Czappa
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About Bill Czappa
I was born in 1947 the year of the Roswell incident. Iâ€™m not saying there is a connection but it seems a lot of things happened in 1947, the least of which was my birth. I always made art as a child and made my first kinetic sculpture when I was 14. When I turned 19 I built a cabin cruiser and lived aboard it in Marina Del Ray for the next 6 years while studying art at Santa Monica College. I graduated in 1972 with a degree in fine art. My current studio is in Burbank, California. Not far from my studio was my own personal gallery that had been at that same location for over 35 years, making it the oldest art gallery in Burbank.
My work is made from found objects of all kinds, from spaghetti sauce to concrete, and often includes sculpted wood. I seldom make a series; each sculpture is different from the next, although you may find some connecting links in style, content, or humor. I am also a writer and have incorporated text into some of my work. As with my art, there is a lot of humor and social commentary in my writing. My goal in art is to make people feel better for having seen it.