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July 13 – Aug 19 The Great West Coast Migration

SEATTLE, The Great West Coast Migration
A benefit for Sharks & Oceans

Seattle – July 13 – 15
Portland – July 20 – 22
San Francisco – July 27 – 28
L.A. – August 2 – 4
The O.C. (Costa Mesa) – August 10 – 12
San Diego – August 17 – 19
PangeaSeed is the first and only organization in Japan to raise public awareness regarding shark conservation and ocean preservation. After hosting several successful exhibitions throughout Asia, we held our first North American art exhibition in San Francisco last fall. With the support
of Spoke Art Gallery and participation from world-renowned artists such as Dave Kinsey, Josh Keyes, Mario Wagner, Dan May and many more, our event brought in several hundred attendees in just three short days..
Over 70 artists have been confirmed for the show including Pascal’s donation: “Calendar: Taurus (The Rape of Europa)”, oil on canvas, 20″ x 20″.

 Calendar: Taurus oil canvas by Pascal Lecocq

infos and directions

Seattle – July 13 – 15: Roq la Rue (http://roqlarue.com/) Since opening in 1998, Roq la Rue has been an integral part of the Pop Surrealism/Underground Contemporary art movement. They continue to exhibit established artists in the genre as well as fostering emerging artists, many of whom go on to great acclaim in the Pop Surrealism and Contemporary art scene. Their emphasis is on art that embodies technical craftsmanship blended with fantastical imagery and visually dynamic narratives featuring monthly exhibitions, and offer better works on the secondary market.

Portland – July 20 – 22: Grass Hut Co. (http://grasshutcorp.com) is a gallery/shop/studio located in Portland, Oregon, but all the artists involved have turned it more into a colorful wildfire of creativity that has spread throughout the tubes of the Internet connecting artists from around the world. It’s about the spirit of stoking each other’s creative fires and making art that reminds everyone to have fun. Grass Hut is also home to the finest indie-published zines, crafts, goofy toys, limited edition prints.

San Francisco – July 27 – 28: Spoke Art (http://spoke-art.com) is San Francisco’s newest art gallery and publishing house. Located in San Francisco’s dynamic Lower Nob Hill neighborhood, Spoke Art specializes in emerging new contemporary artists with a firm emphasis on figurative and illustrative works.

Los Angeles – August 2 – 4: LeBasse Projects (http://www.lebasseprojects.com) is focused on the development of a carefully selected roster of international emerging artists. Since opening its doors in the Culver City Art District in 2009, LeBasse Projects has presented a program that fosters the growth of its artists by allowing them the freedom to create across a range of mediums.

Costa Mesa – August 10 – 12: Surf City Art Co./The ARTery (http://thelab.com/shops/the-artery) is a series of steel shipping containers transformed into a walkthrough community art exhibition space. The ARTery is dedicated to supporting emerging artists through their exhibitions and installations.

Surf City Art Co. (http://www.surfcityfineart.com) is a fine art dealer supporting water/action sports artists and advocacy for sustainability of the ocean, freshwater resources and marine biodiversity.

San Diego – August 17 – 19: Space 4 Art (http://www.sdspace4art.org) aims to establish permanent, affordable working, living and support facilities for artists in San Diego with maximum community involvement. With goals to grow their idea through the eventual acquisition and building of a permanent facility. As well as to dramatically increase the number of work/live units available, thereby attracting more emerging artists to San Diego.

 

Chambourcy (France) Fantastic Art

CHAMBOURCY(France), SAFIR

Sept 15-30
Salle des fêtes, Chambourcy (near Saint-Germain en Laye and Paris)
Opening Friday, Sept 14th at 6:30pm.

Exhibition of the group of the Société des Arts du Fantastique, de l’Imaginaire et du Rêve: “Regard Fantastique II” (Fantastic Eye II”

Previous exhibition by SAFIR in 2000, 2002, 2004

5 elements, oil on canvas by Pascal Lecocq, 40x80cm

Invitation

SAFIR 2007 invitation
SAFIR 2007 invitation
SAFIR 2007 invitation
SAFIR 2007 invitation
SAFIR 2007 invitation

 

Rosshaupten: Lofthouse Galerie

ROSSHAUPTEN (Bayern, Germany), Lofthouse Galerie: “The Inner Eye”, group show of The Society of Art of Imagination
A wonderful travelling Exhibition across Europe, starting at the Riva Museum, going to various towns in italy and visiting Austria, Switzerland & Germany.

More infos and directions at Annamagicart,

 

Vezzano, Italy: Galeria Venere

VEZZANO (Italy), Galeria Venere: “The Inner Eye”, group show of The Society of Art of Imagination
A wonderful travelling Exhibition across Europe, starting at the Riva Museum, going to various towns in italy and visiting Austria, Switzerland & Germany.
3 paintings by Pascal, members of the Society.
Monday until Saturday 8am to 12am, 4pm to 7pm, Sunday 8am – 12am.

More infos and directions at Annamagicart, and
Society for the Art of Imagination
Previous Pascal’s exhibitions with AOI:
LONDON, 2003, KIRKCUDBRIGHT, 2003, NEW YORK 2003 , MIAMI, 2003, NEW YORK 2005

2 paintings by pascal on the corner
On top painting by pascal

 

Gallery InterArt, New York

THE INNER EYE.

An Exhibition of work by Members of the Society for Art of Imagination

An Exhibition of work by Members of the Society for Art of Imagination – This Exhibition celebrates the 10th Anniversary of the Society, and offers the viewer a chance to enter in to the Magical and diverse world of Visionary Art.
There is a great variety of perception in this collection, and an exciting range of artists – not only known Masters of Fantastic Art such as Prof. Ernst Fuchs, H.R. Giger, Robert Venosa, and Brigid Marlin, but young artists bringing new energy to the growing movement towards the expression of the inner world of the Imagination – the inner eye.
Painting:
Ernst Fuchs /Austria/; Erik Heyninck /Belgium/, Brigid Marlin, Michel de Saint Ouen, Mitch Barrett /UK/; Robert Venosa, Martina Hoffmann, Pascal Lecocq, Gail Potocki, Olga Spiegel, Michael Cheval, Madeline von Foerster /US/; Sergei Aparin /Yugoslavia/, Nezir /France/, Dmitry Yakovin /Russia/

Sculpture:
H.R. Giger /Switzerland/, Andre Lassen /Netherlands/, Diana Hesketh /UK/

It is appropriate that this exhibition should take place in The InterArt Gallery, which has a growing reputation among collectors in search of the unusual and imaginative in the field of Art.

Opening Reception: Thursday, April 14, 2005, 6-9 PM
InterArt Gallery, 225 Tenth Avenue /@ 23rd Street/New York City (Chelsea)
RSVP: phone 212-647-1811

Details at the Gallery.
Previous Pascal’s exhibitions with AOI:
LONDON, 2003, KIRKCUDBRIGHT, 2003, NEW YORK 2003 , MIAMI, 2003.
And with SAFIR: SAINT GERMAIN 2004.

InterArt director Konstantin Vais in front of Pascal’ painting Opening reception at Interart Gallery, with Brigid Marlin

An Exhibition of work by Members of the Society for Art of Imagination – a Society formed to discover promotes the work of talented Visionary Artists.
The Society began in 1961 when five artists met in a studio, and banded together to explore their creative and fantastic ideas, and to study techniques of painting and drawing. In 1995 the idea was born to open the Society to all artists working in the field of imaginative art, and as it’s 10th Anniversary approaches, the Society has 300 members from over 25 countries, and is still growing.

Pascal's painting on the top right

 

UNIVERS DES ARTS, by B.Duplessis

 


UNIVERS DES ARTS, by B.Duplessis, May 2004, #89, p58-59 – France -


 

St-Germain (France)

Mask and Mirror, a group exhibition in St-Germain (France)

SAINT-GERMAIN en Laye, near Paris, MASQUES ET MIRROIRS, Manège Royal de St Germain en Laye, group exhibition of the world best fantastic painters, association SAFIR.
April 30-May 19 2004,
11am-7pm Free entrance

A wonderful book with a painting of each exhibitors is published.
See it in our press-book

About St Germain

Read newspaper cutting “Univers des arts” in our press-book

President of SAFIR, CL.Cussac with Pascal

Book of the exhibition< center>
Two Pascal's paintings

 

Miami Diego Victoria Gallery

MIAMI, DIEGO VICTORIA GALLERY

Art of Imagination Society exhibition
The Baron and Baroness of Fulwood invite you to attend
the Opening on November 18th 7pm to 10pm
Diego Victoria Fine Art Gallery
3609 N.E. 163rd Street, Miami
The Exhibition continues until December 31
phone 305 405 0354
Pascal with gallery owner Diego

For infos

the gallery in North Miami
Pascal and his painting
Inside the gallery

 

Brooklyn, NY, “Brave Destiny”Sept. 20th- Nov. 2nd, 2003

New York

20 Sept – 2 November 2003.

The Annual Juried Exhibition for The Society for Art of the Imagination 2003

“Brave Destiny”

WAH Center, Brooklyn, New York, USA.

The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center will launch what we believe will be the “biggest exhibition to date of Art of the Imagination, with a Grand Surrealist Ball,” in its magnificent French Second Empire building in the heart of the “Emerging Art Capital of the World,” Williamsburg Brooklyn. One visionary painting by Pascal will be exhibited:

“CRUCIVERBISTE” - Crossword fan – from Darkness to Light, oil on canvas, 40x80cm, 16″x 32″.

 


WILLIAMSBURG AR
T & HISTORICAL CENTER
135 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York 11211 Tel. (718) 486-7372 or 486-6012Opening party with Surreal Ball Sept 20thLecture by Brigid Marlin Sept 21 3pm WAH CentreExhibition runs from Sept 20 -Nov 2For infos  and About WAH Center, map and directions

    

 
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