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Back To The Future by Angela  Burman

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Watercolour, photograph and editing in PS

This painting pays homage to my grandfather. Sadly he passed away when my father was twelve years old and I never new him.

Born in Cardiff, but now live in the West Midlands. Graduated from Birmingham City University with a BA (Hons) in Visual Arts.

Key styles: impressionism, abstracts and whimsical,which cover a wide range of subject matter from pure abstract, figurative, portrait, still life, nature and wildlife.

Media used: oils, acrylic, mixed media, collage, textiles and digital photography and photoshop.

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  • Wendy J. St. Christopher
    Wendy J. St. C...about 5 years ago

    Love this — such gorgeous colors and texture. And I love circular shapes!

  • Hi Wendy. Thanks for your lovely comments and the fav.

    – Angela Burman

  • LisaBeth
    LisaBethabout 5 years ago


  • Thank you for your great feedback Lisa

    – Angela Burman

  • biddumy
    biddumyabout 5 years ago
    Spinning, eye-catching design and colour!!!
  • Thank you Biddumy and great feedback and your support

    – Angela Burman

  • Lynne Prestebak
    Lynne Prestebakabout 5 years ago

    Really pulls you in, Angela…love it!

  • Hi Lynne, thank you very much for your kind comments

    – Angela Burman

  • Trish Threlfall
    Trish Threlfallabout 5 years ago

    brilliant work

  • Hi Trish. Thanks for your lovely comment

    – Angela Burman

  • robpixaday
    robpixadayabout 5 years ago

    This is so cool!!!! I love the spin, the energy in it!
    And the colors are so wonderful!!!

  • Hi. So happy you like this one. It’s bit different from my other work. Thank you for all your lovely comments. I really appreciate it

    – Angela Burman

  • Anna Shaw
    Anna Shawabout 5 years ago

    What a really great use of mixed media. I love the title too!!

  • Thank you Anna. The picture in the centre is of my Grandfather in the 1930’s and its a tribute to him

    – Angela Burman

  • ait terz art
    ait terz artabout 5 years ago

    great artwork ..Fantastic work, well done.

  • Thank Alain for your great feedback. I appreciate it.

    – Angela Burman

  • Sherri     Nicholas
    Sherri Nic...about 5 years ago

    What a wonderful is sad not to have known your grandfather and certainly your dad.who passed away to.They are in heaven looking down at you and must be so are a wonderful artist, you find in your mind and heart unique wonderful the inspiration you got from you dear dad. God Bless you sweet Angela…..Sherri :)

  • Hi Sherri. You are just about the sweetest person ever. I have changed the wording of the description because dear old dad is still with me and I dont want to give him a heart attack lol. Your comments about my work are amazing and I thank you xx

    – Angela Burman

  • reclusiveartist
    reclusiveartistabout 5 years ago

    This is such a gorgeous tribute Angie. I lost my grandfather on my Dad’s side as well before I had the chance to meet him and I have always wondered what his influence would have been had I had the chance to know him. This beautiful work has me thinking of him and missing what could have been. Fabulous work! XXX

  • Thank you Lisa. Dad and I were talking today about it and he is really moved by the tribute. Somehow its lovely to think that nothing is lost. It’s all out there xx

    – Angela Burman

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