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Robson Cezar At St Katharine’s Precinct

July 22, 2016
by the gentle author

Spitalfields resident, artist Robson Cezar known as ‘King of the Bottletops’ is currently cycling down to St Katharine’s Precinct at the end of Cable St in Limehouse each day where he is undertaking a mural commission for the Royal Foundation of St Katharine, and Contributing Photographer Sarah Ainslie followed him down there to take a peek.

All readers are invited to visit the precinct and follow his progress over coming weeks, and you are welcome to bring your bottletops to contribute to the mural or to assist in sorting all the colours. The open air studio is open weekdays and Sundays from 11am – 3pm until August 7th.

Photographs copyright © Sarah Ainslie

St Katharine’s Precinct, Butcher Row, Limehouse, E14 8DS

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11 Responses leave one →
  1. Chris F permalink
    July 22, 2016

    Have you ever knelt on a bottle top? He’s a brave man… with knees of steel!

  2. July 22, 2016

    His art is great! Valerie

  3. July 22, 2016

    Mr bottletop: is quite unique with his really good geometric pattern designs. Here is an artist with a mission to create large panel presentations for his public, he doesn’t disappoint. There must be lots of forward planning and layout work to make-up an intricate design. I see there could be a market for tee shirts featuring these designs. He must have a good source for bottletops where does he keep them all-not under his bed. It seems he could have a support network of friends for the copious amounts of tops required. Thanks to GA and SA for the good photos. Smiling Robert Cozar must be nice-he’s a biker. John B

  4. July 22, 2016

    That sounds lovely, will pop down with friends, looking forward to it xx

  5. Shawdian permalink
    July 22, 2016

    Sorry – I have no bottle tops! Only Champagne and wine corks. Your art work and your smile and enthusiasm hits like ray of sunshine. You are certainly Top of the TOPS! Where do you get such an amount – buy them by the sack full?

  6. Jane B permalink
    July 22, 2016

    The Docks, at the other end of Wapping, has ‘always’ got all the attention but St Katharine’s Precinct over the last year or so has been newly pro-active in making a name for itself and finding a place in our hearts at the heart of its local community (not least but presenting itself as a short-cut to/from Limehouse DLR!) St Katherine’s yurt cafe and the arts and community programme was a great start, helping to bring its “traveller’s welcome” of the past and ‘history of healing’ into the present :-)

    The SUMMER OPEN HOUSE “a fun packed day of activities and merriment at the Precinct” — is on SATURDAY 30 JULY 10am-4pm.

    Robson C has certainly found a great home for his art — hopefully he can mine the local pubs, including Ian McK’s, for his bottle-top ‘gold’ :-)

  7. Lucimary Fernandes permalink
    July 22, 2016

    “Keep up the good work and we appreciate all of your efforts!”

  8. Ros permalink
    July 22, 2016

    Fabulous ideas and realisations and so much humour. Brilliant work Robson!

  9. Meiry permalink
    July 23, 2016

    This is brilliant !!!!!

  10. Patricia Peters permalink
    July 23, 2016

    Fantastic pictures. Great guy. Wonderful project

  11. September 9, 2016

    The Official Opening of this work by Robson Cezar will take place at 3pm next Saturday 17th September at St. Katharine’s Precinct. http://precinct.rfsk.org/events/open-studios-launch-sweet-simple-place-bottle-top-work/

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