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.
Philippe A. Fernandez
As an artist, I love to create fantasy fairy tale treasures for the child in each of us. I feel fantasy artwork— as well as possessing visual richness — comes deep from the imagination. My goal as a fantasy artist is to bring life back into stories from long ago, reinventing and interpreting fairy tales in way that showcases a more modern feel, while still keeping that gothic and somewhat primitive twist. Which in my eyes is more visually appeal to today’s fantasy art collector. – Philippe Fernandez
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