Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

 

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Golden Flowers Friendship
2017
Mixed Media
Digital print on canvas hand painted over with acrylic and ink
24″ x 18″
orig $ 1400   sale  $ 800
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1- Blue Flowers Friendship
2017
Mixed Media
Digital print on canvas hand painted over with acrylic and ink
24″ x 18″
orig  $ 1400    sale $ 800
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White Flowers Friendship
2017
Mixed Media
Digital print on canvas hand painted over with acrylic and ink
24″ x 18″
orig $1400   sale $ 800

 

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke
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Museum Exhibitions
Susquehanna art museum, “ Vessels”, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, May 2017
Palm Springs Art Museum/ Annenberg Theater, “Open Desert Music and Photographic Arts Showcase”. California, May 2016
MOAH, ” Smaller Foot prints”, Lancaster, California, Jan,- April 2016 – Museum of Southwest, “Birds in Art” Tour, Midland, Texas, Jan.-Aug. 1999
Lindsay Wildlife Museum, “Birds in Art”, Walnut Creek, California, Jan.-Aug. 1999 – Delaware Museum of Natural History, “Birds in Art”, Tour Wilmington, Delaware, Jan.Aug. 1999
Orlando Museum of Art, “Relationships/Relaciones”, Orlando, Florida, May 1999
Orlando Museum of Art, “Art Interiors: Living with Art”, Orlando Museum of Art, Orlando, Florida, March 1999
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, “Birds in Art”, Wausau, Wisconsin, Sept. 1998
Group Shows
Glendale Community College Art Gallery, five finalists for outdoor mural at GCC, August- September 2017
–  Beyond The Lines Gallery, ‘Moments Captured’, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, August 2017
Neutra Museum, ‘La Dulce Palloza 2017′, Los Angeles, August 2017
Beyond The Lines Gallery, ‘Miniatures’, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, May 2017
Neutra Museum, ‘El Festival de las Flores”’, Los Angeles, April 2017
Angel City Brewery, ‘What Does DTLA means to me’, March to April 2017
Beyond The Lines Gallery, ‘Abstract Exhibit 2’, Los Angeles, March 2017
Neutra Museum, ‘The Immigrant’, Los Angeles, March 2017
Lady Art Collective, ‘Queen Calafia’, Angel City Brewery, Los Angeles, March 2017
Casa Art and Wine, charity event, Los Angeles, Feb. 2017
BG Gallery, ‘Water and Sky 2017’, Santa Monica, Feb. 2017
Beyond the lines Gallery, ‘Love’, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, Feb. 2017
Artshare LA Gallery, ‘Perimeter 3’, DTLA, Jan. 2017
Beyond the lines Gallery, ‘Ocean’, Bergamot Station, Santa Monica, Jan. 2017
LA Art Show with BG Gallery, Los Angeles Convention Center, Jan. 2017
Neutra Museum, ‘New Year, New Art!’, Los Angeles, Jan. 2017
#SaveartSpace, digital on billboard in DTLA, January- February 2017
OpenShow L.A. #38, Photo LA, The Reef Building, Jan 2017
Art Share-L.A. Gallery, “Holiday show”, Los Angeles, Dec. 2016
FM Fine Art Gallery, “The Gift of Art”, Los Angeles, Dec. 2016
Apero Gallery, “Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful….”, Fullerton, Dec. 2016
Apero Gallery, “America the….”, Fullerton, October. 2016
LAMAG gallery, “PLAY” Open Call 2016, Los Angeles, Aug. Sept. 2016
BG Gallery, “Spectrum Gestalt 3”, Santa Monica, June. 2016
OpenShow L.A. #34 The Gallery Presents, Hawthorne, June. 2016
Martin Bruinsma’s studio, “A Sense of Time”, May 22nd, 2016
BG Gallery, ” Grayscale Wonderland 2, Santa Monica, Feb. 2016
Altadena Main Library, “Space is a Doubt”, Altadena, California, Dec.-January 2015-2016
West Hollywood, display of one digital art on an electronic billboard on Sunset Blvd, August 22-31, 2015 – ‘People in Manhattan Beach on Mother’s Day’ – 2013
Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, “Open Call 2014”, Barnsdall Park, April 2014
LACDA, Electron Salon International Group Exhibit, Los Angeles, Sept-Oct 2013
LACDA, Snap to Grid, Annual Show, Los Angeles, 2009-2014
High Studio Gallery” Art of Human Built Constructs”, Moorpark, CA, Nov-Jan 2010
High Studio Gallery” Water Landscapes”, Moorpark, California, May-June 2009
High Studio Gallery” Dreamscapes”, Moorpark, California, Nov-Dec 2008
High Studio Gallery” Small Works”, Moorpark, California, Nov-Dec 2007
High Studio Gallery” Architects Creating Art”, Moorpark, California, Sept-Nov 2007
Amities Expo with Doctors without Borders, Los Angeles, 2000, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
Classic Arforms, Los Angeles, California, May 2004- 2015
Gibson, Los Angeles, California, October 2003
“Soho in France”, Soho Gallery, Los Angeles, California, August 2002
Chamber of Commerce Montrose Verdugo City juried show, California, May 2002
“Landscapes”, Soho Gallery, Los Angeles, California, April 2002
“Christmas Show 2001”, Soho Gallery, Los Angeles, California, December 2001
“An Affair of the Art”, Walt Disney Imagineering, Glendale, CA, May 2001
“New Beginings”, Soho Gallery, Los Angeles, California, April 2001 – “Holidays”, Soho Gallery, Los Angeles, California, Dec. 2000
“Christmas”, Soho Gallery, Los Angeles, California, Dec. 1999-Jan. 2000
First academic prize in sculpture, Jenkins Gallery, Créalde School of Art, Winter Park, Florida, July 1998

Artist Biography / Statement:

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke is a contemporary painter and digital artist who lives and works in Los Angeles. She is licensed as an architect in France who has pursued in parallel an art education in both France and the United States. Being in Los Angeles and a region of constant visual interaction, she has enjoyed developing in parallel two distinct forms of artistic expression, painting and digital artwork, which both use traditional and contemporary tools that are complementary.

For each new series, she develops a fresh pictorial vocabulary with different techniques conveying the singularity of a particular environment, socio-political event or philosophical thoughts. In general, her largest body of work mostly consists of reinterpreting landscaping space through personal observation with a hidden message behind it.

Her artistic research focuses on the definition of space, light, and graphic limits within a nonconventional approach through vibrant colors and textures that resonate through her artwork. Overall, her contemporary paintings and digital artworks remain within a classic aesthetic harmony.
As her personal conviction, she considers art, for both the artist and the viewer, “an uplifting and challenging experience filled with emotion.”

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