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July: Ocean Geographic Pictures of the Year 2016/17 Pascal Award

I’ve been honored 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 and Jennifer Hayes Undersea Images, Eric Bettens, Stan Waterman , 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.

Thanks Michael Aw, Wildlife photographer, Author, Founder Ocean Geographic, Senior Fellow International League of Conservation Photographers, Fellow – Explorers Club, www.michaelaw.com

More about THE PASCAL LECOCQ AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT, and results.

 

July: Ocean Geographic Pictures of the Year 2016/17 Pascal Award – Results

I’ve been honored 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 and Jennifer Hayes Undersea Images, Eric Bettens, Stan Waterman , 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.

Thanks Michael Aw, Wildlife photographer, Author, Founder Ocean Geographic, Senior Fellow International League of Conservation Photographers, Fellow – Explorers Club, www.michaelaw.com

1  Winner ,”The great architecture of the universe combines the 4 elements ( fire/sun, air/sky, earth/land, up and u/w, water/drop) to enable life (algae and starfish) on our (rond and watery) planet, in a beautiful harmony (the golden ratio illustrated by the star(fish)) and composition of this outstanding creative vision of the ocean and nature.”Pascal Lecocq 2017

2 Runner Up

“Microcosm of life reflects the macrocosm of the universe and vice versa and the light reveals the same complexity and fragility of both. A suggestion made possible by a well composed scene and the skill and artistic gift of a photographer.”Pascal Lecocq 2017

 3 and 4 couple of Honourable Mention or Special Mention.

“A colorful painting (!) pointing out the beauty offered underwater. Not agressive, dynamic, deep and perfectly composed.”Pascal Lecocq 2017
“Ice or glass sculpture, solid. fluid or gaz, nothing than water can be turned into art. Just ad the personal point of view of a photographer and the idea to rotate the picture…”Pascal Lecocq 2017

Special Mention is for a picture with a unique perspective or idea.
“A yin yang of the universe mixing space and depth in the shades of (my beloved) blue. Stars and nebulae, gaseous galaxies and liquid abstraction where spacial vessels or little fish cotoie  the super novae of life, light conecting the ocean to the whole, and how fool we humans are to destroyed such beauty, thanks to the artist suggesting such meaning.”Pascal Lecocq 2017
 

Sept 21st: Ocean Geographic Pictures of the Year 2016/17 Pascal Award

I’ve been honored to have the Ocean Geographic Pictures of the year, new u/w contest 2016/17, naming one of the categorie THE PASCAL LECOCQ AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT, along side the legendaries Ernie Brooks , David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes Undersea Images, Eric Bettens, Stan Waterman , Ron and Valerie Taylor, Stephen Frink , Alex Mustard, Michael Aw and others.
7. Creative Vision – the Pascal Lecocq Award for Outstanding Achievement
We are looking for unique, surprising, artistic interpretations of the ocean. It may be intertidal or from the surface, abstract or ambiguous, but has to be executed to exacting photographic techniques. We will be looking for a distinct, well thought out process, originality and an attempt to convey a greater understanding of our watery planet. Code: (CV)
Prizes (TBD)
Call all my UW friends (and I have tons here) for your AMAZING Pictures, Videos & Storie:http://ogpicoty.ogsociety.org/
Thanks Michael Aw, Wildlife photographer, Author, Founder Ocean Geographic, Senior Fellow International League of Conservation Photographers, Fellow – Explorers Club, www.michaelaw.com (pic below at MIDE 2014, Kuala Lumpur)

 

 

March 23rd BTS Secaucus

SECAUCUS, NJ, Beneath The Sea,
March 22-24 2013
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

 

May 12th: SHARKS, Museum of Art, Opening

 

   

FORT LAUDERDALE, Museum of Art May, 12th Opening             

     

Pics © by Alyson Sclanders, Victor Douieb, Françoise and Pascal Lecocq, 2012  Larger pics on my FB gallery

 
First hall. Curator of the exhibit Richard Ellis with Pascal, with the Museum Executive Director Irvin Lippman


Ruban cutting with the Museum Executive Director Irvin Lippman
 
Book signing with the legendary “Shark Lady”, Dr.Eugenie Clark and sculptor Victor Douieb
 
In Nick Caloyianis’ shark cage, the one Peter Gimbel, Ron and Valerie Taylor,
and Stan Waterman used for the legendary movie Blue Water White Death in 1971.
 
With sculptors Robin Lovelace and Victor Douieb
 
Museum of Art gift shop, with Alyson Sclanders, Victor Douieb, Bill Harkins, Guy Harvey and Deputy Director of the MoAFL Anthony Lauro
 
With my friends Ivi Kimmel and Ruth Petzold, and Nick Caloyianis
 
with my friends, famous Fort Lauderdale Iphoneographer Andy Royston,
and conservationist Staci-Lee Sherwood
 
with conservationist Samantha Whitcraft from Shark Savers. Painting by Richard Ellis
 
Painting by Judy Cotton, – a section of the exhibit is about shark finning-, photography by Daniel Botelho
 
Sculptures by Bill Wieger and Robbie Barber
 
Artifacts (coll. Marie Levine) and section about “Jaws”
 
The collection of Jim Beller’s “Jaws” related items, and sculptures by Victor Douieb.

“Colosseus Watching”, my second oil on canvas featured at the show

 

 

New York BTS

SECAUCUS, NJ, Benath The Sea,
March 23-25
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

See last year exhibition in BTS 2006
Infos and directions

9th exhibition by Pascal Lecocq.

Artpieces donated by the artist for the Maria Fareri Children’s Hospital
At Meet the Fish and Famous Benefit reception and gift Certificates at the Door Prizes

Ron and Valerie Taylor and pascal at BTS 2007

 
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