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Max Parisot

Born in: 1945

France

Biography
Max Parisot is a self-taught digital artist. Born in Corbenay, France, in 1945, Max Parisot du Lyaumont has always been attracted by the artistic community. After his Baccalaureate and influenced by the Ecole Boule, he joined the family business who has been designing and manufacturer furniture since 1936, and gets involved in the design process. His various professional trips throughout the world have allowed him to pursue his passion for photography.

In 2008, het put an end to his professional career and decided to devote himself exclusively to his passion for the photography and digital art. His technique is centered on the photograph. The colors, the shapes, the light in nature are the essential elements for the realization of pictures and photographic "paintings" (a composition of photographs).

A nature lover, Max Parisot imagines landscapes or situations that he would like to see with his own eyes one day. Then, he picks images from his library of approximately 40,000 photographs, he creates his digital collages composed of 3, 5, (or more) photographs taken during his trips. These photographic "paintings" depict things that he would like to see with his own eyes: beauty, permanence, innocence, light and hope.

Photoshop helps him realize his dreams. Max Parisot du Lyaumont exhibits his work regularly in his Franche-Comté, in galleries or during artistic events. He joined the Alchimia association of digital artists in 2012. He is also referenced on ArtPrice.
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