Pascal’s limited edition print of his original oil painting: C’EST UNE PETITE PALME POUR MOI..- It’s a little fin for me, a great one for humanity – (18 1/8”x21 1/2”, 46x55cm, lec 525, 1999, priv.coll. Ferney-Voltaire, France) has been signed by John Glenn ( Friendship 7, first American to orbit the Earth, and the fifth person and third American in space.), Scott Carpenter (Mercury 7, second American to orbit the Earth and the fourth American in space), Walter Cunningham (Apollo 7), James Lowell (Apollo 8 and Apollo 13), Rusty Schweickart (Apollo 9), Michael Collins (Apollo 11), Fred Haise (Apollo 13), Al Worden (Apollo 15),
and moonwalkers Buzz Aldrin (Apollo 11) and Charlie Duke (Apollo 16) !
Since 2004 in Houston where Buzz Aldrin attented a show where I exhibited, I missed him a second time to sign my artprint which he did eventually in March 2018 ! My artwork was already signed by Scott Carpenter (2007) and John Glenn (2013).
Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins, Al Worden, Walter Cunnighan, The Explorer Club (New York) own each of us a limited edition of my work.
more infos: http://www.pascal-lecocq.com/wordpress/archives/10117
The painter of Blue and Sharks exhibits at SharkCon in Tampa.
The event helds at the Florida Fair Grounds, Tampa. Saturday July 13th, 2019 from 9am-5pm & Sunday July 14th, 2019 from 10am-5pm.
SharkCon is an event that brings those who love the ocean together for a weekend of education and the fun of a Comic Con.
SharkCon has something for everyone who loves the ocean.
I’ve been honored for the second year 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, 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.
The competition is host by the Australian magazine Ocean Geographic .
Thanks Michael Aw, Wildlife photographer, Author, Founder Ocean Geographic, Senior Fellow International League of Conservation Photographers, Fellow – Explorers Club, www.michaelaw.com. Ocean Geographic magazine (Australia) encourages deeper appreciation of the beauty and the fragility of our ocean planet with the use of the finest imageries and passionate essays of the sea.
Last year results.
Winner 2019 CV024
“Thinking of” creative vision… our winner had a creative vision, an idea he wanted to paint with the medium he used the best: underwater photography. He found the location, set the scene, used an inspirational lighting and shot the performance of the free diver. The homage to Rodin’s “Thinker” lets us think of what the inspirational light tells to the character: would it be that we need to respect Mother Nature and Mare Nostrum ?
Runner up 2019 CV021
The classic creative vision using the camera in the right spot to tell a story. No filter, no effect, no digital manipulation or post work. And you let the spectator imagine meanings like harmony of our planet, the balance of the fourth elements, the right proportion of our universe (given here by the blue starfish showing exactly what the golden ratio is) or… our lost paradise.
special mention 2019 cv025
Digital artists can play with numerous new tools today as brushes, effects, filters, 3D objects from the graphic palette and add them to underwater pictures to create visual artworks like this combination in blue. The best in this field of many applications this year.
“The Wall !” Can be seen at Michael Colanero’s UNCOMMON Gallery Installed by Rene Gordon and Kosh.
A group exhibition with Pascal 2 paintings.
2709 E Commercial Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308
Highlights info row image (954) 336-4305
Hours 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Your senses will sizzle in this creative mix of artistic styles!
Join us to meet the artists and vote for your favorite piece of art.
Location: Broward Art Guild Gallery, 3280 NE 32nd Street, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308.
Gallery Hours: Wed., Fri., Sat. 12-9. Thurs. 12-6.
Free Public Reception: Saturday, July 6, 2019, 6:30-9:00pm
Exhibition Run Dates: July 3, 2019 to July 26, 2019
OUR HOST: Broward county main library at 100 Andrews av. Ft. Lauderdale, Fl.
The Starving Artist cookie awards by Cookies by Design, Ft. Lauderdale
JUROR: The Secret Selection Committee whom no one knows.
QUICK AWARDS RECEPTION: WEDNESDAY, TBA, 6 PM UNTIL 7:30PM.
Featuring 2 original paintings by Pascal.
The 14th Malaysia International Dive Expo 2019 has been scheduled June 12-14, 2019 at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur
Today at the Malaysia International Dive Exhibition at Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC),in Kuala Lupur with for the 6th year a gallery of 13 Pascal Paintings.June 12-14 Thanks © MIDE 2019 for the pics
Location : Level 3, Tun Razak Hall 3, Putra World Trade Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Tel : +603 7980 9902 Fax : +603 7980 4902 Directions
United & Proud 2019
We believe in the importance of commemorating
and celebrating the efforts and progress we have accomplished as a
community. That is why, every June we commemorate pride month with a month-long exhibit celebrating our LGBTQ pride Join us for our annual show United & Proud in Celebration of Pride Month!
This is a FREE Event open to the public
Broward County Main Library
100 South Andrews Avenue 6th Floor -
Wednesday, June 5 at 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM EDT
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
Previous shows with Pascal with Arts United.
A group exhibition with Pascal 2 original paintings.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33308
PASCAL EXHIBITION FAT VILLAGE ARTWALK
Thirtieth appearance by Pascal indoor Projects South Building 517 Northwest 1st ave, Fort Lauderdale. See previous shows.
Light display during the wet season.
Free Entrance May 25th 6-11PM
THE GOODS is a monthly curated maker’s market that takes place during at FATVillage Artwalk on the last Saturday of every month.
Come see for yourself!
Good People. Good Art. Good Times.
Come out and support small business and the local arts!!!