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Delphine Levesque Demers

A beautiful blond man with blue wings stands naked. A dark-haired woman with white wings in a short red corset sits. A slender fairy with blonde hair prances nude. A naked blonde man  with leathery wings stands proudly. A bare-breasted woman with large bony wings stands defiantly. A dark-haired man with black wings plays the violin nude.

The wondrous creations of Delphine Levesque Demers may be too numerous to count, but they can all best be described as tragic fairies, innocent demons, and naughty goth girls and boys.

Some of her subjects are angry, beautiful but broken little monstrosities, while others are proud, handsome creatures unbent by life’s injustice. Yet, each of Delphine’s imaginings are alluring in spite of their scars, and no matter how dark their soul, seem to have something yet to give this world. Ah… but what will they give?

Don’t be surprised to spy these fanciful creatures in the wild, thanks to some inspired merchandising deals. It’s difficult to say that Delphine’s creations have made the world a happier place, but it is certainly more exciting!

Written by in April of 2007. Last edited September 2014.

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Comments

  • Red Raven - April 6th, 2007 at 8:51 pm

    I went to her site and read through her tutorial on how she paints and was surprised the work wasn’t digital, but acrylics and ink. And Delphine herself is quite attractive (she looks like her paintings).

  • Delphine - April 8th, 2007 at 1:45 am

    Hi ! Delphine herself here ! ^_^ I just wanted to thank you for the wonderful review, you’ve described my work in a very real and deep way, you really got the message behind my art and it’s really dear to me! Quite refreshing to read something else than “Oh she draw pretty fairies!” Haha ! If only people knew how much I can hide secrets and special twisted stories and meanings behind my pieces, they’d think I am completely psycho hehe ! ^_- Thanks again and for all the people there I hope you will enjoy your trip in my crazy little world and thanks for looking !

    -Love
    Delphine
    http://www.zerick.com

    PS. *blush* for the previous comment about the way I look lol !! ^_^ Thanks !

  • Toby Norman - June 6th, 2007 at 11:49 am

    I plan to be a regular customer of yours. I collect nude male fairy art ( very rare ). Thank you for not being afraid to paint nude males.

  • Amanito Muscario - June 7th, 2007 at 9:47 am

    Delphine is an absolute conduit for the creative genius that flows in her mind. I dream about the bloody angels… I think what I love the most is the facial expressions. Always a new emotion… I change my wallpaper based on my own feelings. (She’s pretty damn divine herself)

  • Delphine - June 10th, 2007 at 11:26 pm

    Thank you so much for the wonderful comments!!

    Toby- You are more than welcome, I’m glad to know I’m not the only person on this planet who thinks we need more nude males in fantasy art!

    Amanito- *blush* you are way too kind! Thank you so much! Facial expressions are very important to me, it simply gives the whole atmosphere and mood to a piece. I must also admit that I enjoy playing with the viewers and sometime I trick them with confusing subjects and various “feelings” in my art, it’s up to them to make their own stories but only me truly know the secret behind each pieces … ^_- ( and lol, divine ?! I WISH !!! but thanks anyway ! ^___^ )

    -Sincerely