Angela Grossmann graduated from Emily Carr Institute in 1985 and was promptly introduced as one of Vancouver’s “Young Romantic” painters who would influence future generations. She received an MFA from Concordia University, taught at Ottawa University, and returned to Vancouver in 1997, where she continues to develop her art and teaching practices. In 2006 Grossmann was included in a list of a hundred artists who have most influenced students at British art schools, including London’s Royal Academy of Arts, Slade School of Fine Art, and the Royal College of Art. She has made a unique contribution to Canadian art through the distinctive sensibility of her paintings and mixed media photo collages.
Grossmann has exhibited her artwork throughout Canada, the United States, and Europe and it is held in many public and private collections. She is represented by Winsor Gallery, Vancouver.