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Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke

On Thursday, May 24th, Glendale Community College celebrated the installation of French artist Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke’s digital fresco as the college’s first public art commission and on June 7 Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke will open another art and poetry exhibition in Los Angeles.

The GCC Art Gallery, which hosted the May 24 reception, is an art gallery at the Glendale Community College that aims to exhibit art from students and local artists from Glendale, Los Angeles, Burbank, Eagle Rock, Highland Park, Los Feliz, Sliver Lake, and Echo Park. GCC collaborated with Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke to display her installation “Red Mountain” outside the school’s library as the campus's first public art installation.

Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke is a local French artist who grew up in Paris, France but now currently exhibits exhibits her art in Los Angeles in a variety of mediums including oil, acrylic, pastels, and watercolors on traditional surfaces as well as stone, bamboo mats, and raffia surfances.

Percaline’s artwork consists of conceptual semi-abstract oil, acrylic paintings, digital art, and mixed media drawings based on local landscaping, still life and nude subjects; She regularly uses digital technology in 2D to create innovative, unique pieces as she experiments with colorful abstracts to depict her views of French and American culture. Her 2D digital frescos are a mixture of abstract, expressionist, and contemporary styles.

The artists' work has been displayed throughout Los Angeles as art commissions for restaurants and public spaces in addition to her museum showings including the LMan Gallery, the Japanese Wasabi restaurant in Citwalk, Chinatown, CD covers, and more.

Over the last four months, Pascaline Doucin-Dahlke has been organizing an art and poetry exhibition in collaboration with the Ethiopian Cultural Center at FairFax Ave in Los Angeles which will open on June 7th! The exhibition will feature artists and poets separated by theme throughout the cultural center and Pico Boulevard as part of the public exhibition.