Several artists from the Broward Art Guild are embellishing the lobby of the Keiser University with paintings in the shade of turquoise during the Turquoise Takeover Week . 5 paintings by the Painter of Blue ® are exhibited.
Meet the artists Wednesday 10th at noon.
We invite you to join us as we stand together – against lung cancer and for lung health – leading up to National Women’s Lung Health Week, or #TurquoiseTakeover week, May 8-12. We are uniting as a community to raise awareness of lung cancer by turning South Florida businesses, media and landmarks TURQUOISE!
Since 1977, Keiser University has maintained a practical, hands-on approach to career-focused education to help our students achieve their personal and professional goals.
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Artwork donated by Pascal for the Gala Fundraising, April 1st, 2017
The 2017 CRF Gala was a smashing success. Thanks to the community and global support to our event. To the CRF Staff for making it all happen, to all that donated items to help support our silent and live Auctions, to everyone that purchased a ticket and attended,to those far away guests that traveled to participation in this epic event .
The Women Divers Hall of Fame™ (WDHOF)
is an international non-profit professional honor society whose member contributions span a wide variety of fields including: the arts, science, deep sea exploration, underwater archaeology, medicine, free diving, equipment technology, cave diving, wreck diving, military diving, commercial diving, media, training and education, and business.
Created in 1999 and incorporated in 2001 by six founding sponsors: Beneath the Sea, Inc., the Underwater Society of America, the Women’s Scuba Association, Women Underwater, Hillary Viders, Ph.D., and Capt. Kathy A. Weydig; WDHOF, Inc. was granted its 501(c)(3) status in 2002.
The Women Divers Hall of Fame™ (WDHOF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to honoring and raising awareness of the contributions of outstanding women divers. WDHOF provides educational, mentorship, financial, and career opportunities to the diving community throughout the world. Each year, WDHOF awards scholarships and training grants that provide financial and educational support to individuals of all ages, particularly those who are preparing for professional careers that involve diving.
Scholarships are offered in dive medicine, marine conservation, marine biology, underwater archaeology, marine education, journalism, graphic arts, or photography. They are intended to support independent research and/or internship programs at accredited universities. Scholarships are paid or awarded directly to the recipient.
2016 Silent Auction in Aid of Project AWARE Read more … with an artist proof of the Matador (non-commercial edition) donated by Pascal
- Securing new protections for over-exploited shark and ray species.
- Working with dive volunteers year-round to remove and report marine litter from underwater environments and pushing for policy changes leading to marine debris prevention at national, regional, and international levels.
- Leading and inspiring the next generation of Eco-divers and using the power of scuba to influence change.
- Strengthening partnerships with conservation groups, government bodies, responsible corporations, and others committed to eliminating marine debris and protecting shark and ray species at risk.
The North American Police Ski Championships, a 501- C3 organization, has been in existence since 1989 and provides an opportunity for
COMPETITION, CAMARADERIE, and CHARITY
for active and retired police officers and their guests from all across the globe. Police ski teams representing the United States, Canada, Great Britain, Australia, Austria, New Zealand, Germany, Italy and other countries come together for a week of skiing competition including slalom, giant slalom, super giant slalom, which also allows guests to compete on the same race course within their skill level. You do not need to be an expert skier to compete. If you are not interested in racing, please join us anyway and take advantage of a great ski vacation with a great group of skiers.
Throughout the week of competition, the racers and their families gather nightly for awards ceremonies, camaraderie, and fund raising to benefit the chosen charities.
The event is run by volunteers, active and retired police officers
Artwork donated by Pascal Ceramic Art tile 8×10
https://www.napsc.org/ Snowmass, CO
Congrats to all the winners from the Mega lottery from Sam’s Tours held last week at the Boot Düsseldorf show in Germany. Big shout out to Judith Hoppe Tourism …Unlimited who made it all run smoothly. And special thanks to Marc Bauman, Vice President of Sam’s Tours, who was overwhelmed with the response: “Palau was the first country to establish a shark sanctuary and Sam’s Tours has always been very committed to conservation and shark protection. We are very pleased with the response to the lottery and are proud to be able to sponsor the valuable educational efforts of Shark Angels. We need to reach out to children at a young age in order to make them understand the importance of healthy oceans and healthy shark populations.”
An initiative from my French collegue Simonne L’hermitte who was in Katmandou, visiting students we sponsor, who took off 30 minutes before the earthquake… Our students are safe but the school has been destroyed.
Talented artists from Normandy join her for a Charity Event May 23-25 to raise funds to rebuilt the Tibetan School Srongtsen Bhrikuti in Katmandou.
Artworks donated by the artists include 15 pieces by Pascal Lecocq Painter of Blue (mostly horses and signature divers paintings).
Contact us to participate. Thanks in advance.We will post available artworks here and on Facebook.
info about the Tibetan School Srongtsen Bhrikuti at http://www.srongtsen.edu.np/
Pics to come.
May 23-25 2015
Sat-Sun 10-1pm 3-7pm
Scheduled for May 16th & 17th, this event will succeed in gathering research information for local scientists, reduce the numbers of this invasive species, and encourage sportsmen to take an active hand in protecting the unique and diverse ecosystem we have right at our doorstep.
May 16 at 6:00am to May 17 at 3:00pm
Prize include artwork by talented artists as The Curse of the Caribbean donated by Pascal, ceramic tile 12×12 with coral frame
info at http://
Goodspeed to Michele Felberg, Danny Copeland and Ben Buchan, the new North American, European and Australasia 2014 Scholars.
The 41th annual weekend in NYC was an amazing celebration with the final dissertation of the 2014 scholars, lectures by former scholars and the introduction of the 2015 new scholars.
I’m a proud sponsor of the Society since 2003 and a big fan of the concept to offer to smart young people the opportunity to become smarter, to make a smarter world.
My donations are not usefull for the immediate year of the scholars but I’d like to think that the artwork they are choosing from my collection, will enjoy them later, when hung on their wall, it will remind them of the amazing year they spend during their scholarship.
I’m confident that they will work hard to preserve the beauty of the underwater world or improve our knowledge about it.
Congratulations to Ana Sofia Guerra , Elena Salim Haubold and Courtney Rayes for their spectacular year.
Pascal’s 11th exhibition at OW-U
New original oil paintings, new giclees (limited edition print on paper and canvas), postcards and Art Tiles..
Show opens Friday 5-9pm, Sat 9-6pm, Sun 10-4pm The Donald E.Stephens Convention center 5555N.River road Rosemont
Don’t miss the Silent Auction with items donated by Pascal to the benefit of the Tim Early Foundation:
Sold out Artprint : CONCOURS DE SAUT DE GRENOUILLE – Leapfrog competition – artprint on paper, framed 13 1/2 x 19″, listed $ 110.00 (left)
Original watercolors on paper : Hockey sticks 2 – CROSSES 2 – Watercolors on paper, framed 16″x 12″, listed $325.00 (middle)
Limited editioon print on canvas: Calf Love, 12″x16″ 30,48×40,64cm edition S/N 250ex, Streched On Canvas , listed $ 360.00 (right)