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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The Naughty show, ArtsUnited, Tedds Gallery Wilton Manors (until June 4th)
An erotic art exhibit and fundraising event. Group exhibition to the benefit of Arts United
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.
The show features 2 Pascal’s original oil on canvas
Tedds ART Works – 2422 North Dixie Highway, Wilton Manors, FL 33305 – telephone 703-269-8244.
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
Multi talented Numa Sadoul, director, writer, actor, publishes a 710 pages book about his 40 years with the Opera, an Ego-Dictionary of Opera : 40 ans à l’Opéra, Ego-Dictionnaire de l’Art Lyrique, Editions Dumane, Avril 2017, ISBN: 978-2-915-94316-0
Many interviews with professionnals were conducted by Numa and inserted in the book about the different occupations involved in performing art.
The chapter about Set Design includes an interview with Pascal Lecocq, costumes and set designer and fine art artist, made in April 2014.
Book available in French at Amazon.fr
FORT LAUDERDALE (Florida), Blue Wild Expo 2017
pics coming soon
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
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)
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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.
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