Kansas City artist Carol Zastoupil started painting trees more than two years ago, inspired by the art of Charles Burchfield. “Fantasy landscapes” is how she describes her new paintings, including this oil on canvas, “Holly Knoll Road,” part of her exhibit, “Plains, Pines and Palms: Paintings by Carol Zastoupil,” at the Steeple of Light Gallery at Community Christian Church.
Kansas City artist Carol Zastoupil started painting trees more than two years ago, inspired by the art of Charles Burchfield. “Fantasy landscapes” is how she describes her new paintings, including this oil on canvas, “Holly Knoll Road,” part of her exhibit, “Plains, Pines and Palms: Paintings by Carol Zastoupil,” at the Steeple of Light Gallery at Community Christian Church. From the artist
Kansas City artist Carol Zastoupil started painting trees more than two years ago, inspired by the art of Charles Burchfield. “Fantasy landscapes” is how she describes her new paintings, including this oil on canvas, “Holly Knoll Road,” part of her exhibit, “Plains, Pines and Palms: Paintings by Carol Zastoupil,” at the Steeple of Light Gallery at Community Christian Church. From the artist

Carol Zastoupil’s visionary landscapes portray a dreamy colorful world

November 11, 2014 06:00 AM

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