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Photo-fusion art by Canadian artist Ysabel LeMay

A horse in the mist. Photo-fusion art by Canadian artist Ysabel LeMay

Photo-fusion art by Ysabel LeMay
Canadian artist Ysabel LeMay was born in Quebec. Now the photo artist lives and works in Naples, Florida. Ysabel explores the beauty, complexity, and the divinity of nature. At first glance it would seem that you are looking at the hyper-realistic paintings. But these are the photographs, made in the style of photo-fusion. Meanwhile, the creation of each work is a long process. She separately photographs every flower, every twig, leaf and other details. Then, she combines hundreds of these images into a single beautiful composition. According to the artist, it takes her from 4 to 8 weeks to create the final image.

Photo-fusion art by Canadian artist Ysabel LeMay

Flowers and a horse. Photo-fusion art by Canadian artist Ysabel LeMay

Born and raised in Quebec, Canada, LeMay was always connected to the natural world. As a small child, she lived in her family’s secluded cottage in the north of the province. Though always most at peace in the wilderness, it is in the jungle of the advertising world that LeMay honed the craft of visual expression. Over the course of 15 years, she handled graphic design, art direction, and the operation of her own agency.

Alongside her high-tech technique, the process of creating collage is highly instinctual and organic, allowing each piece to dictate its own destiny. From a single, simple starting point — an image, a color, an emotion — Ysabel follows a meticulous process. First isolating and extracting elements of her photos, LeMay then weaves these fragments together into intricate compositions of resplendent beauty.

Photo-fusion art by Ysabel LeMay

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