Aug 30- Sept 22 BROWARD ART GUILD: “HUMAN IMAGE” EXHIBIT
Group exhibition by the Broward Art Guild, Art Exhibition and Sale
Original oil on canvas by Pascal: Calendar: Libra (The Scale) oil on canvas, 20×20
Human body must be the focus of artwork.
Any and all body parts included.
Saturday, September 2nd, 2017 6:30-9:00pm
EXHIBITION RUN DATES:
August 30th – September 22nd, 2017
Gallery Hours: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday: Noon to 9 pm Thursday Noon-6pm.Sunday-Tuesday: Closed.
3280 NE 32nd Street
(North Beach Restaurants & Shoppes Plaza)
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
Artwork remove during hurricane Irma.
Well deserved cup of French Champagne after a full day of exhibition at the invitation of Majesty 122 The Ghost 2 Super yacht, 122ft, by Gulf Craft Design Studio at the Cockle Bay Marina in Darling Harbour.
Pascal Lecocq, PhD, is the painter of the diving world most recognized picture: The Matador.
He is the Painter of Blue who paints as a stage director, on high blue backdrops, sky, figures, funny divers, all between hypperrealism and surrealism, flavored with humor.
Pascal’s paintings have been exhibited worldwide in more than 300 solo exhibitions since 1977, and in museums in France (2000-2001) and USA (2012-2013).
He is also a set and costumes designer for many operas since 1986.
Pascal is doing workshops and children drawing contests to help and promote children to express themselves by painting and being concerned by the environment.
The French painter lives and works in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA, since 2003.
North Beach Art Gallery’s final Art & Charity Event this season on May 18 from 6-10 p.m. benefitting Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. The event will feature live music and entertainment from Polynesian Proud, Bill Carroll’s and friends Collector Car Cruise In, Live Pinstriping on models and of course a selection of fine art, at the Galt Ocean Plaza, 3334 NE 34th Street.
April 28th -June 28th South Regional Library : Pascal’s solo Exhibition
South Regional Library in Pembroke Pines
Regular hours: Monday – Thursday: 7:30AM to 8PM
Friday: 7:30AM to 4PM
Saturday, Sunday: 10AM to 6PM
FORT LAUDERDALE (Florida), Blue Wild Expo 2017
Original oil paintings by the painter of the blue who signs prints and book in his booth #201
Raffle Pascal’s artworks donated to the benefit of Twin Palms Center. It’s a day center for the developmentally disabled Boca Raton:
Large Fine Art limited edition print of : Century 200000, on paper, framed 58″x20″ value $ 750.00
Large Fine Art Artist Proof of: Corrida III The Matador, on paper, framed 28″x24″, value $ 450.00
Large Fine art limited edition print on canvas of : Deep Dental Care, on canvas gallery wrap, 20″x24″, value $ 750.00
Original oil on canvas: Calender: Sagitarius, 20″x20″ value $2,500.00
Pascal at The Blue Wild the previous years
Broward County Convention Center, Ft Lauderdale, Florida Directions: http://ftlauderdalecc.com/directions-parking.html
SECAUCUS, NJ, Beneath The Sea, March 24-26 2017 Meadowsland Exhibition Center,Secaucus (NJ), in front of Manhattan (New York).
Hours of Exhibit Hall Open: Friday 6pm-9pm Saturday 9am-5pm Sunday 9am-4:30pm
17th exhibition at BTS by Pascal Lecocq, booth # 116.
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