Museums of Art

since 2013 – New Jersey Maritime Museum, Beach Haven, USA

Permanent display of 2 pieces, loaned by M.Christopher Drew.
We invite you to come visit us and explore the most extensive collection of maritime history and artifacts in the entire state of New Jersey, located in Beach Haven on the southern end of Long Beach Island.!

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2013 – Old Jaffa Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel. CANCELLED

December, 2013
“Bird Man”,

The exhibition mark 100 Years jubilee to the first flight ever in the Holy Land Sky,
By French pioneer pilot Jules Védrines and his Blériot B1-X1 monoplane,
Which landed on Jaffa’s shore, at 27 December 1913.

Alongside the art exhibition; painting, sculpture, photography & performance,
It will engage with the history and the future of aviation. 2 original Pascal’s  paintings loaned out by Us and Swiss collectors will be exhibited.


2012 – Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA.

May 12-Jan 6, 2013

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First appearance by French artist Pascal in an American Museum in a major exhibition led by curator.

The Matador, Corrida III, original oil on canvas by Pascal, The Painter of Blue                           Colosseus Watching, original oil on canvas by Pascal, The Painter of Blue
FORT LAUDERDALE, Museum of Art, One East Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 .(954) 525-5500 infos and directions

May, 12th – Jan 6th, 2013:  SHARKS

After the successful exhibitions Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharoahs, American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell, Vatican Splendors: A Journey through Faith and Art, the new presentation is all about SHARKS.

Long before humans first appeared on Earth, sharks were swimming the seas. They predate dinosaurs by about 200 million years and were revered by ancient human societies as gods. Sharks come in all shapes and sizes. There are angel sharks, basking sharks, blues sharks, bull sharks, gray sharks, lemon sharks, sleeper sharks, and tiger sharks, among many other varieties. Not only are they found in every ocean of the world, but in many rivers and lakes as well.

This major exhibition has been organized by the Museum of Art in association with Nova Southeastern University’s Oceanographic Center.It is guest curated by acclaimed wildlife artist, author and environmentalist Richard Ellis, who is working to bring together both art and science in documenting the world’s never-ending fascination with these celebrated creatures of the sea.

In addition to drawings of all the known varieties of sharks in the world, the exhibition contains photographs, sculptures, and video as well as a section devoted to the sensational impact of the 1975 Steven Spielberg film Jaws. In recent years, attention has turned to protecting the habitats of these magnificent animals and the exhibition documents advances made those areas as well, including the July 2011 banning of all commercial shark fishing by the island nation of the Bahamas.

Curator Richard Ellis says: “It will include photographs, films, sculpture, and posters, as well as paintings and reproductions representing the work of Winslow Homer, Charles R. Knight, and many contemporary shark painters, including Guy Harvey, Alexis Rockman, Ray Troll, Don Ray, Stanley Meltzoff, and me. The Metropolitan Museum of Art (NY) has generously loaned us their copy of John Singleton Copley’s “Watson and the Shark.” We also have an original painting by Roger Kastel, who did the most famous shark painting in recent history, the steak-knife-toothed shark on the cover of Jaws. We won’t be able to exhibit Damien Hirst’s tiger shark, but we will show a video of it, and include one of his recent multiples of a tiger shark jaw. We have shark sculptures made of rubber tires, automobile hubcaps, bronze, stainless steel, and found materials, as well as a table made by a Los Angeles sculptor in the shape of a shark.I’ve arranged to get 128 paintings from Princeton University Press’s Sharks of the World, by Marc Dando, to illustrate the diversity of sharks; and a filmmaker in California is providing sensational footage of various shark species underwater. We will be exhibiting the photographs of David Doubilet, Chris Fallows, Rodney Fox, Ron and Valerie Taylor, and Douglas Seifert. We are also planning to exhibit artifacts such as the shark-tooth club in the Peabody Essex Museum and another from the Bishop Museum in Honolulu, and various shark-related artifacts from The American Museum of Natural History’s anthropological collection. I’ve commissioned a 50-foot long Megalodon balloon, based on my drawing, that will sit on the roof of the museum in Florida.I will be writing a comprehensive catalog which will include the artifacts, paintings, posters, etc. but will also be book of about the place of sharks in our culture and in our lives.”

The exhibition includes two pieces by French artist Pascal: his signature masterpiece The Matador (“Corrida III”, original oil on canvas, 48″x 40″, 2006) and “Colosseus Watching”, about whale-shark watching, an original oil on canvas, 30″x 40″, 2006.
First appearance of French artist Pascal in an American Museum.

His artworks have been exhibited in exhibitions organised by curators in France: Musée des Capucins, COULOMMIERS in 1996: exhibition “Ex Voto”, and 2000: exhibition “Grids and Lights”, and at the Musée Bossuet, Meaux in 2001-2: exhibition: “Homage to Arnold Böcklin’s “Isle of the Dead”.

Thursday, May 17 at 6pm

SHARK Artist Talks

Artists Pascal Lecocq and Bill Wieger discuss their work and the Museum’s exhibition.


2011 – Coral Spring Art Museum, FL, USA.

May 8-27

Benefit the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life, a Broward Art Guild Group Exhibition

855 Coral Springs Drive, Coral Springs, FL 33065
Show opens Monday-Saturday: 10am~5pm Thursday: 10am~8pm Closed Sunday; with a portion of the proceeds to Benefit AMC’s Relay For Life.
Special Meet The Artist Reception: Thursday, May 26th 6:00-8:00pm


2 original oil on canvas by Pascal on display.
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2003 – Williamsburg Art and Historical Center, Brookyn, NY, USA.

Sept 20 -Nov 2, 2003

“Brave Destiny”

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.


135 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York 11211, Tel. (718) 486-7372 or 486-6012
Opening party with Surreal Ball Sept 20th

Lecture by Brigid Marlin Sept 21 3pm WAH Centre

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2001-2002 – Musée Bossuet, Meaux, France.

Oct 13 -Jan 6, 2002

“Autour de l’Ile des Morts de Böcklin”, Homage to Böcklin’s Isle of the Dead, an exhibition  curated by Pierre Peyrolle.


During the same time of the retrospective A.Böcklin in Musée d’Orsay (Paris) and Kunstmuseum (Bâle), the Museum Bossuet, in Meaux (near Paris) presents:
an homage to the Isle of the dead by 60 Europeaen Artists.

Two oil on canvas by Pascal: .

Catalogue “Homage to Arnold Böcklin’s Isle of the Dead” under the direction of P.Peyrolle, ed Somogy, is published Oct 17th, 2001

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About the museum, about Böcklin and the Isle of the Dead, check Pascal’s dedicated website


2000 – Musée Marquelet de la Noue, Meaux, France.

April 8-23, 2000

“Grilles et lumière”, Grids and Lights, an exhibition of French Fantastic painters curated by art critic Bertrand Duplessis (Connaissance des Hommes).

An oil on canvas by Pascal: Cataphorese and a drawing: Crosswords.

About the museum


2000 – Musée Municipal des Capucins de Coulommiers, France.

Feb 22 – March 12, 2000

“Grilles et lumière”, Grids and Lights, an exhibition of French Fantastic painters curated by art critic Bertrand Duplessis (Connaissance des Hommes).

An oil on canvas by Pascal: Cataphorese and a drawing: Crosswords.

About the museum.


1996 – Musée Municipal des Capucins de Coulommiers, France.

April 4-8

“Ex Voto”, an exhibition of French Fantastic painters curated by art critic Bertrand Duplessis (Connaissance des Hommes).

An oil on canvas by Pascal: Ceux qui m’ont donné la Lumiere.

About the museum.

left: with the painters Michèle Van Cotthen, Claude Verlinde, Marc Halingre


With the writer and professor Guiomar