Friday The 13th: Camp Crystal Lake Jason Voorhees Art Original 11 x 14 Watercolor Painting
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Halloween: Young Michael Myers Art Original 18 x 18 Oil Painting by Robert Burcar
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The Chronicles of Narnia: The White Witch from The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe Art Print
Marie on Dec 23, 20215 out of 5 stars
just had to,review this seller is,the kindest!!! This pic by him is Beautiful and haunting of George C Scott!! my absolute favorite Christmas pic of my favorite movie!!! thanks so much!!!!
Harmony on Oct 10, 20215 out of 5 stars
It’s so perfect. I love it. Could not be more impressed.
Harmony on Oct 10, 20215 out of 5 stars
It’s awesome, I couldn’t even be more happier with it. I love it.
Kelly on Apr 25, 20215 out of 5 stars
I love this SO much, it’s beautiful! I have it hanging in my library 💜 thank you!
Tim on Jan 22, 20215 out of 5 stars
It’s perfect. An all time favorite. Stunning a real masterpiece.
Dondi on Dec 28, 20205 out of 5 stars
This may be one of the best purchases I've ever made. The look on my Husband's face was worth a million bucks! We both love Ebenezer Scrooge and this will be a part of our family tradition for as long as I am able to celebrate.
brandie on Nov 17, 20205 out of 5 stars
This is truly breathtaking! This movie holds a special place in our Christmas Tradition. Would love to see prints of the other characters as well!
PS My husband said it is staying up all year long :)
Aaron on Nov 16, 20205 out of 5 stars
Robert Burcar is simply the best. We had his Anjelica Huston “Grand High Witch” locally framed and we could not be more pleased with this new addition to our art collection. 10 Stars to a beautiful artist and friend for life ☺️
Byron on Aug 18, 20205 out of 5 stars
Absolutely beautiful! Exceeded my expectations and would absolutely buy again.
rylan on Jan 8, 20205 out of 5 stars
fantastic painting of George C. Scott's Scrooge very cool, my favorite version
My name is Robert Burcar, and I’m a multimedia painter. I was born and raised in Helena, Montana. As a child, I was inspired to draw pictures based on children’s books, movies and pop culture icons introduced to me by my family. When I was in kindergarten, I was impressed by how my teacher, Mrs. Watson, decorated her classroom with images she colored with Mr. Sketch watercolor markers. She had a clean, flawless style, and I loved her artistic abilities. I fell in love with Mr. Sketch markers and wanted to be as great at using them as my teacher. That they smelled like candy, spices and fruit made them all the more alluring. After some excessive nagging, my mom bought me my own box of markers. So began my journey toward becoming an artist.
Nevertheless, the journey was often filled with uncertainty. In young adulthood, I worked a series of dead-end, minimum wage jobs. I feared this would always be my life. I knew I had to take action. In 2004, I began studying illustration and fine art at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco where I earned my BFA in drawing and painting. It was during two intensive study-abroads in Umbria, Italy, which I spent immersed in plein air landscape and cityscape painting, that I truly learned to paint.
In 2013, I moved to Monterey, California after landing my first job out of college, working as a wax detail artist at the foundry of world renowned sculpture artist, Richard MacDonald. Meanwhile, I continued to work on my own art consistently, exhibiting and selling my paintings in local shops, shows and festivals. Soon, and with no previous experience, I was offered a job as an art instructor, teaching drawing and painting classes at Open Ground Studios in nearby Seaside. I discovered I had a gift and love for teaching. I’ve continued to teach art classes and private lessons for various organizations for the past six years.
Ready to take a new path in my journey, I moved to Los Angeles in late 2019 where I’ve been working as an Art Instructor and Studio Manager at the Raminfard School of Arts in west LA. When I’m not teaching, I spend most of my time in my North Hollywood home, working on my horror series, Screen Chillers and taking on commissions. As my journey continues to unfold, I remain focused on prosperity and expansion. I continue to paint, developing my series to new, ever changing heights while connecting with fans and collectors worldwide.
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