1977-2017 40 years of excellence 300 solo exhibitions since 1977 

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Aug 16th “12 to See” exhibition opening reception

“12 to See” showcases the work of a dozen exciting artistic talents across a wide spectrum of styles and mediums featuring a large display of Pascal’s paintings.

Exhibition curated by Colette Mello.

Funding for this project is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council.”

Opening August 16th

Hours

ArtServe galleries are free and open to the public
Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 8:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am – 6:00pm

Location

ArtServe, Inc.
1350 E. Sunrise Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304

Contact

For general inquiries: (954) 462-8190 | information@artserve.org

 

 

July 14-15 Sharcon 5, Tampa Pascal’s 3rd solo show

The painter of Blue and Sharks will be exhibiting at the next SharkCon in Tampa.

The event will be held at the Florida Fair Grounds, Tampa. It will be held Saturday July 14th, 2018 from 9am-5pm & Sunday July 15th, 2018 from 10am-5pm.

 See last year Pascal’s show



SharkCon is an event that brings those who love the ocean together for a weekend of education and the fun of a Comic Con.

SharkCon has something for everyone who loves the ocean.

Presented by The Florida Aquarium – SharkCon is an ocean conservation, scuba, water sports expo. We have something for the whole family. We have speakers like Eli Martinez and Duncan Brake from Shark Week, Anthony Ferrante the director of the Sharknado movies, Chris Fischer from OCEARCH, and shark scientist like Dr. Stephen Kajiuru, Hannah Medd, Dr. Alex Antoniou, Dr. Heather Blacktail and Dr.Rick Macpherson. We have the whale activist and author of Salt, Krill Carson. We have the author of Sharks of the Shallow, Dr. Jeff Carrier. We even have Brent Winner from Fish and Wildlife giving a shark and Ray ID presentation. Shark Conservationist and founder of Sharks4Kids, Jillian Morris Brake. There are tons of kids activities, exhibits from Fish and Wildlife, Busch Gardens, and the Shark Conservation Center, and water sport clinics. We will also have the Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium mobile exhibit on site! In addition there are over 100 marine related vendors. Check page for speaker, event and exhibit announcements. Event parking at the Fairgrounds is $6.

 

July 10th: Ocean Geographic Pictures of the Year 2017/18 Pascal Award

I’ve been honored for the second year to have the Ocean Geographic Pictures of the year naming one of the categorie THE PASCAL LECOCQ AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT, along side the legendaries Ernie Brooks , David Doubilet, Ron and Valerie Taylor, Stephen Frink , Alex Mustard, Michael Aw and others.
The Creative Vision – the Pascal Lecocq Award for Outstanding Achievement – looked for unique, surprising, artistic interpretations of the ocean (intertidal or from the surface, abstract or ambiguous, but has to be executed to exacting photographic techniques). We looked for a distinct, well thought out process, originality and an attempt to convey a greater understanding of our watery planet.
The competition is host by the Australian magazine Ocean Geographic .

Thanks Michael Aw, Wildlife photographer, Author, Founder Ocean Geographic, Senior Fellow International League of Conservation Photographers, Fellow – Explorers Club, www.michaelaw.com. Ocean Geographic magazine (Australia) encourages deeper appreciation of the beauty and the fragility of our ocean planet with the use of the finest imageries and passionate essays of the sea.

Last year results.

Winner CV020

Using all effects from the lightroom doesn’t mean the pinnacle of originality, on the contrary, getting the right point of view could be able to reveal the viewer’s own creativity. “All in a bubble” could title this shot letting us connecting the microcosm and the macrocosm, saying that life, the one of those water-lilies, the one of the little insect in the middle bottom, and our life are tied to the great architecture of the universe and that we should protect it. The focus on the bubbles stuck beneath the leaves projects us in the orb given by the lens like the great graphic artist MC.Escher would suggest as a “mise en abyme”. Don’t let our blue bubble “Earth” and Life/organic and vegetal – composed of air/the little bubble and the sky, water/clouds, earth /lilies and forest rooted in it, and fire/sun and colors – with the great contribution of this photography, burst by our fault.

 

Runner up CV047

Composition is everything, whatever you want to create an harmonious picture (best using the golden ratio or a symmetric pattern) or a well balance “painting”. A simple effect like in this “shrimps encounter” makes a huge impact just using the right layout.

 

Very Special mention CV002

Effect and composition of this “blue eye” is catching yours…Winner CV020

Using all effects from the lightroom doesn’t mean the pinnacle of originality, on the contrary, getting the right point of view could be able to reveal the viewer’s own creativity. “All in a bubble” could title this shot letting us connecting the microcosm and the macrocosm, saying that life, the one of those water-lilies, the one of the little insect in the middle bottom, and our life are tied to the great architecture of the universe and that we should protect it. The focus on the bubbles stuck beneath the leaves projects us in the orb given by the lens like the great graphic artist MC.Escher would suggest as a “mise en abyme”. Don’t let our blue bubble “Earth” and Life/organic and vegetal – composed of air/the little bubble and the sky, water/clouds, earth /lilies and forest rooted in it, and fire/sun and colors – with the great contribution of this photography, burst by our fault.

 

Runner up CV047

Composition is everything, whatever you want to create an harmonious picture (best using the golden ratio or a symmetric pattern) or a well balance “painting”. A simple effect like in this “shrimps encounter” makes a huge impact just using the right layout.

 

Very Special mention CV002

Effect and composition of this “blue eye” is catching yours…

 

June 4-30 United and Proud 2018, Gallery Six Fort Lauderdale for Arts United

Pascal’s painting: “Cadillac Ranch”. oil on canvas 24″x 48″awarded 2nd place of the show at the opening of Arts United new show in Fort Lauderdale.

Pascal is a proud supporter of Arts United’s mission to use the arts to break down historical barriers preventing lesbians and gays from contributing fully and openly to the cultural, social and economic success of South Florida.

Two paintings by Pascal are on display allery Six, Broward County Main Library  100 South Andrews Avenue 6th Floor -

Opening Tuesday, June 5 at 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM EDT

 

May 25- June 15: BROWARD ART GUILD: “Art-Chitectur” EXHIBIT

Opening & Awards Reception.
Saturday, June 2nd , 2018 from 6:30-9pm

Pascal’s artwork: Chrysalide de Vesta, oil on canvas

The many facets of Architecture as seen through the eyes of an artist. Painting, sculpture, mixed media and jewelry. Join us and meet the artists and vote for your favorite piece of art. Open medium and style, 2-D, 3-D and Jewelry.

Judge: Arthur Marcus

Location: Broward Art Guild , 3280 NE 32nd Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308. (View Map)

Regular Gallery Hours:
Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: Noon to 9pm. Thursday Noon-6pm.Sunday-Tuesday: Closed.

Public Reception:
Saturday, June 2nd , 2018 from 6:30-9pm

Exhibition Run Dates:
May 25 th to June 15th, 2018

 

May 17th North Beach Gallery Openning

“Art & Charity Series”,
Annual Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation
Benefit at North Beach Art Gallery on May 17, 2018
from 6-10 p.m.

Art on the plaza with the permanent collection of Pascal’s paintings and other talented artists.

North Beach Art Gallery Fort Lauderdale Location: 3334 NE 34th Street Galt Ocean Plaza Fort Lauderdale FL 33308 phone local: (954) 667-0660

“We are really looking forward to finishing this season’s Art & Charity Series with a benefit for such an invaluable community resource as the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital,” said NOBE Gallery owner Brooke Trace. This event will be especially entertaining with the support of community figures like Bill Carroll and friends with the Free Car Show and Cruise In. Talani, Russ Gagliani Jr., of Polynesian Proud will provide the entertainment for this annual event. “This year’s rolling art will showcase a collection of classics, specialty and custom-built cars. They are just another form of art that we can all appreciate,” Trace said. This will be our 5th year Anniversary for this fantastic Event!

The Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital Foundation provides philanthropic support to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital and ensures the ongoing availability of safe, quality, cost-effective, patient- and family-centered care, regardless of one’s ability to pay, with the goal of improving the health of the community it serves. As South Florida’s newest freestanding children’s hospital, Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital combines advanced technology with the expertise of the largest diversity of board-certified pediatric specialists in the region. This patient- and family-centered facility has earned the distinction of being the leading children’s hospital in Broward and Palm Beach counties through a wide scope of pediatric critical services, including the Wasie Neonatal Level II and Level III Intensive Care Unit and the only pediatric Level I trauma center in south Broward County. The county’s only pediatric heart transplant program and first inpatient rehabilitation program are joined by the largest group of pediatric orthopedic surgeons in South Florida and emergency departments in three locations.

Please mark your calendars, share this invite and join us in our continued support for the kids of Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital!!! Thanks in advance

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April 28th Coral Restoration Foundation Gala

Raise the Reef 2018 is here! Each year our annual gala event kicks off with a dive program.

This year collaborators, donors, board members, and staff got onto the same boat for a day-in-the-life of the Coral Restoration Foundation.

For years Pascal is supporting the Coral Restoration Foundation with his annual artwork donation.

Raise the Reef 2018 was a huge success – an inspiring and glamorous night of fun, fundraising, and networking.

 

 

April 20-22 New York Our World Underwater Scholarship Society Gala

Proud little sponsor of the Our World Underwater Scholarship Society , since 2003, unfortunately I ‘m not able to attend today in NYC the final presentations of the 2017 scholars Leah Potts Mae Kl Dorricott and Melinda Brown (but they will get my rewards…) and to congratulate the new Australasian Olivia Johnson, European Èric Jordà Molina and North American Yann Herrerasholars, and wishing them a fintastic journey the coming year. The OWUSS changes more than the scholars and interns lives. It connects and creates bonds beyond many’s wildest dream (to quote Maureen Sweeney).
More at http://www.pascal-lecocq.com/…/our-world-underwater-scholar…


Pic at Explorer Club 2015

 

March 24th Astronaut Buzz Aldrin autographs Pascal’s artwork

Since 2004 in Houston where Buzz Aldrin attended

a show where I exhibited, I missed him a second time to sign my artprint which he did eventually in March 2018 ! My artwork was already signed by Scott Carpenter and John Glenn. 

Update, in March 2019 more Astronaut signed it !

 

Winter Auction Shark Research Institute

One day left to bid on Pascal’s Shark towel fo the benefit of the Shark research Institute.

https://www.biddingforgood.com/auction/item/buynow.action?id=301252189

Since 2006 Pascal supports this nonprofit scientific research org, created to conduct and sponsor research on sharks and promote their conservation.
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