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 .
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.
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.
Feb 24 -April 28 Pembroke Pines Library: Pascal’s solo Exhibition
Southwest Regional Library in Pembroke Pines
16835 Sheridan St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33331
2 Hour Workshop For Emerging Artists
“Managing Your Work”
Saturday, February 11th, 2017 10:00am – Noon
Inventorying – Cataloguing – Storing – Shipping
Tips on moving Artwork, packing and dealing with mail carriers
By Pascal LeCocq Internationally acclaimed artist, Pascal LeCocq shares his vast experience of many trade shows and art sales to give you insights and tips on managing your body of work. Learn about keeping tabs on your inventory and how to protect your art when transporting or shipping it.
40 years ago, opening of my first exhibition from Jan 29th, to Feb 6th, 1977. In Fontainebleau, my birth town, France.
I was 18 . I’m still alive and painting !
8 paintings oil on canvas and 30 works on paper from 1975 and 76.
vintage pic with my great art teacher Yvonne Bouisset-Mignon at the opening
vintage pic with French House Representant D.Julia and Mayor P.Seramy at the opening in front my drawing Choc’Holà
vintage pic of the opening in the Election hall in Fontainebleau
Mise en scène et opéra : La flûte enchantée, par Jacques Barbarin
Underwater writer and photographer Michel Gilbert interviewing for Diver, Magazine from Canada to be published later.
Award-winning, lecturers, photography and multimedia producers, Michel and Danielle have been “at sea” for over 25 years. Authors of more than 900 articles related to diving, travel and sailing, they are underwater photography columnists for Diver and En Profondeur (Into the Depths) magazines. Danielle and Michel were honored during the 37th edition of Our World Underwater in Chicago in 2007, in recognition for their contribution to the diving community and to the show for many years.