Not all of Burrows work involves race cars.
Ever the artist, Burrows' mind will wander on occasion, and
so too, does his topic matter. From baseball greats to waterfalls
to flowers, Burrows unique style is evident, no matter what
Burrows was invited to show some of his automotive art at Camden
Yard as part of an exhibition celebrating the culture of the
city, and was so well received that he was asked to create new
pieces for the gallery, capturing some of the all time baseball
greats, works that are still on display at the famed ballpark.
Baltimore has indeed reacted warmly to Burrows and his work,
landing him a permanent presence at city council meetings. He
was approached by a group of Baltimore residents who had worked
with the city council to remove billboards from the city and
they commissioned Burrows to do a piece to show their appreciation
for the council's efforts.
"It was a great opportunity to do something completely
different to highlight something that I think makes this city
so special," said Burrows. "I did a scene of a fly-fisherman
at Jones Falls, and the city council went ahead and put it right
in the conference room where they met."
Burrows still considers himself a student of his craft, and
can to this day still find satisfaction in still-lifes, staring
down flowers and capturing the image on canvas, continuing to
hone his craft and infuse his style into ‘typical'
With his imagination never satisfied, it's not surprising that
the topics don't just vary, but so too does the format. From
smaller prints to full size floor coverings, Burrows brings
the same unique sense of style and visual language to every
piece of work he creates.