EBSQ Spotlight on Fantasy Art: Charlene Murray Zatloukal

This month’s featured gallery is Fantasy Art and it is one of our most-populous and popular galleries at EBSQ.  The artists that are drawn to this genre take the fanciful images and stories that live within them and share them with everyone. Throughout October, we are going to take a few moments to catch up with some of EBSQ’s fantasy artists.

Charlene Murray Zatloukal

Tree Of Hearts - Charlene Murray Zatloukal
Tree Of Hearts - Charlene Murray Zatloukal

Creating art is what I do, how I live. It is how I connect with the world that exists outside of my studio and with my own feelings. It is my hope that each work of art that I create, invoke a reaction, of some kind, in the viewer… and a special connection with its owner.

In my ‘fantasy world’ my characters carry their hearts on strings or pull them on wheels, they play with owls and hedgehogs; they can go fishing on the moon or play and interact with ghosts.

Fantasy art allows our subjects to do or be whatever we imagine. Most important, it allows the artist to have so much fun doing what we love to do. – Charlene Murray Zatloukal

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2 thoughts on “EBSQ Spotlight on Fantasy Art: Charlene Murray Zatloukal

  1. I just love this painting, it is one of my favorites.
    Great to see it featured here.
    I feel the same way about fantasy art, it is my very favorite genres to paint.

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